"There is an electricity of excitement that just seemed to flow among Linda, Michele and me when we first met to discuss goals of the Factory."
Middletown, MD (PRWEB) November 07, 2012
It takes an entrepreneur to market to entrepreneurs.
That was the thinking of visionary entrepreneur Peggy Richman in hiring NW Communications to support the launch of The Business Factory of Frederick, the mid-Atlantic's newest flexible co-working collaborative focused on supporting artists, entrepreneurs and creatives.
The Factory, as it is known, will open soon to the Central Maryland community based in its space on the east side of Frederick, MD.
"We strive to provide a creative and collaborative platform to support startup entities, small businesses and firms that provide associated services who are committed to growing small businesses and non-profit organizations in our accelerator," Richman said. "NW Communications fits that profile because they enjoy working with young, growing startups that have that creative energy. There is an electricity of excitement that just seemed to flow among Linda, Michele (Daiger, copywriter) and me when we first met to discuss goals of the Factory."
The Middletown, MD marketing firm will provide website copywriting, social media, print collateral and marketing support to the Business Factory.
"This is just the kind of work we love to do," said principal Linda Norris-Waldt. "We are at our best when we get the opportunity to work with people like Peggy, who are positive about their future and excited to tell their story."
NW Communications is a woman-owned public relations consultantcy specializing in media relations, social media and copywriting. For more information, visit http://www.nwcommsyourstory.com.