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Charlottetown business people anxious to learn about increasing business traffic through social media attended a Social Media Lunch and Learn on February 27. Led by Graphcom Group's Social Media Expert Ariana Salvo, the session was offered free of charge through The Greater Charlottetown Chamber of Commerce. Focusing on the use of Facebook and Twitter, Ariana illustrated venues businesses could take once their online presence was established, in effect answering the query: You've created an account; now what? Response from the full-to-capacity attendants has been extremely positive, with a waiting list for Ariana's next session already filling up. That next session takes place on Wednesday, March 27 from noon until 1 in the Atlantic Technology Centre boardroom, 4th floor. This time, Ariana focuses on the opportunities presented by Pininterest, currently social media's biggest traffic-driving platform. To register for this session, contact The Chamber at 902-628-2000 or email@example.com.
Congratulations to Dean Johnstone and to Craig MacLeod as Dean hands ownership of Graphcom Group to Craig. With almost 30 years in the business, Graphcom Group will continue its successes while exploring new avenues. Contact us to see where we can take you.
Graphcom Group congratulates Penny Walsh McGuire on her new position as Executive Director of PEI 2014 Inc. We're looking forward to continuing our work with both Penny and 2014.
GraphCom is proud to be part of the team that worked on The Town of Stratford's rebranding, contributing its new logo. Congratulations on your launch!
Graph Com congratulates PEI 2014 on the launch of their fund last week. The fund gives Islanders the opportunity to apply for support for projects that commemorate the 150th anniversary of The Charlottetown Conference. We look forward to working with PEI 2014 over the next couple of years as we head to 2017, the 150th anniversary of the date when Canada became a nation.
GraphCom has nominated Charlottetown in CBC Maritimes' competition to name one Maritime community as Cultureville.
GraphCom Web and Multimedia Developer and all-round good person Alex Price is leaving PEI to return to Alberta. Today, Friday, August 31 is her last day. Best of luck, Alex. You'll be missed. Stop by virtually to make a Tee Shout every now and then!
Alex left behind some of her balloon creations... just for little old us.
GraphCom writer Dave Stewart looks into the future of the Graphic Design program at Holland College for the August 2012 issue of The Buzz.
Our Social Media Coordinator Ariana has an article in the newest issue of Island Family Magazine. The article, entitled 'Dirt, Dine & Discover: Planting Seeds of Empowerment at Shepherd's Farm,' is about an experiential education children's camp happening at the Shepherd's Farm on the Pisquid watershed, PEI this summer.
The newest member of our team at Graphcom, our Social Media Coordinator Ariana, is heading over to Berwick, Nova Scotia this weekend to teach children about serving their communities by planting and growing healthy food, and the virtues that go along with farming like patience, determination and cooperation.
KUDO #6 Ariana is knowledgable and friendly! I took the training to learn to promote our small business...
~ Sara Roach, Executive Director, Women's Network PEI
KUDO #5 Craig and team are a pleasure to work with, always professional, timely and go above and beyond...
~ Monette Connaughton, Account Director, The Dunne Group
KUDO #4 Graphic Communications has provided us with excellent customer service and have been totally a pleasure to deal with...
~ Barry MacLeod & Amanda Stewart, Golf PEI