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MindSpark – How to Pivot Your Marketing Strategy in a Changing Market
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Local Entrepreneur Spotlights
Team Industries, Andrews, NC
Greg Boehm, General Manager of Team Industries, discusses the importance of entrepreneurship and having an entrepreneurial mindset.
Hayesville Brewing Company, Hayesville, NC
Leisa Jensen, co-owner of Hayesville Brewing Company, talks about starting and growing a brewery in Hayesville, NC.
Black and White Market, Murphy, NC
Keisha Dockery, founder of Black and White Market shares her experience of owning a business in beautiful downtown Murphy, NC.
Wehrloom Honey, Robbinsville, NC
Aaron Wehr, of Wehrloom Honey, talks about his experience starting and growing his business in Graham County, NC.
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Angie Knight, Graham County Superintendent, discusses how Graham County, NC is working to engage students in the entrepreneurial mindset.
Murphy Electric Power Board
Larry Kernea, of Murphy Electric Power Board, describes why entrepreneurship is important to Murphy, North Carolina and Cherokee County.
Town of Murphy
Rick Ramsey, Mayor of Murphy, tells us about Murphy, North Carolina and its support of small businesses and entrepreneurship in the region.