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What’s Up Wednesday?

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Why are we obsessed with solving this problem for local businesses?

We Like Local Pie.

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I mean, seriously. We want to make sure there is a lot of local pie going around. All types of pie! Banana creams, apple, cherry, strawberry-rhubarb. Local pie is where it’s at. Not grocery store pie. Local, homemade, mom and pop pie. Yum.

And maybe scoop some local ice cream on top. And add side of coffee from the local roaster. Personally I like eating pie while wearing the t-shirts from that cute boutique down the street. And while we’re at it let’s make sure that there are local tote bags and neon kicks and gold bangles too.

You do you, local shops. Keep offering the products that we love.

After a fave Miami coffee shop closed and then the sweet designer owned boutique and the speakeasy bar…founders Anthony and Daniel thought, “why do these local businesses fail?” What’s the answer? Because they are good at their merchandising, their sourcing, their high-quality products, but they don’t have the business know-how.

That’s where Spokeable comes in. We decided to give them the sales and marketing platform to grow their business with ease. We created Spokeable’s ecosystem to give local businesses a competitive advantage so that they can go back to doing what they do best: make pie.

With a background in enterprise business, Spokeable’s founders know why big businesses stay in business. They have the tools. They have the know-how. They have the technology. With Spokeable, local businesses have those tools too.

Pretty, neat right?

If you’re in the NYC area and you want some pie, check out Four and Twenty Blackbirds. On Spokeable soon 😉

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Author: sspokeable

turning average janes and joes into local spokesmodels

One thought on “What’s Up Wednesday?

  1. Pingback: Social Media, Marketing and PR: Who’s Responsible for What? | A Spokeable Perspective

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