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2GC builds mutually beneficial relationships between companies and their audience with solid strategies to develop awareness and grow businesses. We take the guess-work out of marketing and brand development, to help your company build its client base and expand its services or product offerings. We're here to support your business's ability to focus on growth without losing momentum to branding and marketing missteps.

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In My Opinion

Expanding Your Business to the Multilingual World

foreign language words
10/07/2015 Adrienne N. Hester
Any advertising medium has the power to reach millions of people all over the world. Limiting your business to one language can keep it from expanding to its true potential. Without accommodations for non-native speaking customers, this could mean a delay in progress for your business.

Taking Your Dream to Fruition is Possible with a Proven Project Management Team

Oh the Places You'll Go
08/07/2015 Adrienne N. Hester
Great! You have an idea, not just any old idea, but the best idea since sliced bread. OK, so maybe not that good, but it is good. You ask yourself, why hasn't anyone thought of this before? You think, hmmm, I should do something with this idea...

Pump Up Your Positioning Power

aspirin heart health
06/14/2015 Adrienne N. Hester
Image has a lot to do with perception and positioning. Before you can convince customers and your target demographic about who you are and what you do, you need to know those answers yourself.

Extending your Reach in the Community is Good for Business

paper cut out people
05/22/2015 Adrienne N. Hester
Whether you are a start-up or a mature business, your company will benefit from establishing some type of community outreach. A focus on community outreach can be as valuable in growing your business and getting name recognition as the usual channels of promotion.

Small Business Marketing Strategies: Leverage Your Network

Network
07/07/2013 Adrienne N. Hester
Many small businesses spend a large part of their budget on marketing to generate new business prospects. For many small businesses, new clients come from referrals which is a different kind of marketing altogether.