Remote Marketing Drives Business For A2B Media

Submitted by Alane Jewel, owner, A2B Media
The post-pandemic workload is heavy for A2B Media, “and that is a great thing,” says Alane Jewel, who has owned the digital marketing business since 2012.

“I have worked for corporate brands like Microsoft, AT&T and RealPlayer, but really love my social media work with small businesses and startups,” Jewel says. “It’s amazing to see these new entrepreneurs rising up and recognizing that strong, digital marketing outreach is impactful, and will help them succeed.”

What’s your sense of doing business in the Shenango Valley? Any positive trends you’re noticing?

Business is very busy at this time. There is an abundance of remote marketing opportunities post-pandemic. When I left the office in 2012 to start my own marketing business, finding great remote roles was like looking for unicorns. I love seeing all our small businesses open, event planning continue and life as we know it returning to normal.

What’s a cool happening in the area?

I am excited that WaterFire Sharon, an arts and performance community event, is returning Sept. 18 to beautiful downtown Sharon. The event offers a fine arts market, food vendors, musical entertainment and performance art and the fire lighting on the river at dusk.

Pictured: WaterFire lantern at dusk. (Image: A2B Media)

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