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Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Newburyport

By Elisabeth Hurley | March 22, 2019 | 0 Comments

If a stroll down quaint streets lined with historic, brick buildings is what you crave, look no further than Newburyport, MA. Yes – a tour of Ireland over St. Patrick’s Day would be a once in a lifetime experience, but for those staying stateside, make a visit to Newburyport. With sales and specials in our…

Port People: Week 4 – Beverly Fowler and Jordan Cashman of SAGE Market + Design

By Elisabeth Hurley | March 22, 2019 | 1 Comment

By Lexi Fontaine, Marketing Intern I visited Beverly Fowler and Jordan Cashman in their SAGE Market + Design, an interior design business and market bringing you the very best in quality home furnishings, decor, gifts, and outdoor living. Below is the interview for the Greater Newburyport Chamber of Commerce’s #portpeople campaign which is a weekly profile of members…

Made in NBPT: Face/Food Natural Skincare & Spa – Nourishment from the Outside In

By Elisabeth Hurley | March 22, 2019 | 0 Comments

By Lexi Fontaine, Marketing Intern Last week I visited Khaki Paquette in her Newburyport brick & mortar location which offers all natural, handcrafted skincare products & holistic services. Khaki’s Face/Food products are made right here in downtown Newburyport! For more information about Khaki and her locally made products, read the excerpt below and don’t forget…

Port People: Week 3 – Ginny Eramo of INTERLOCKS Salon + Spa

By Elisabeth Hurley | February 15, 2019 | Comments Off on Port People: Week 3 – Ginny Eramo of INTERLOCKS Salon + Spa

By Lexi Fontaine, Marketing Intern Last week I visited Ginny Eramo in her INTERLOCKS Salon + Spa, a haven for women and men seeking first-rate beauty, wellness, and medspa services on Boston’s North Shore. Below is the interview for the Greater Newburyport Chamber of Commerce’s #portpeople campaign which is a weekly profile of members of the Greater…

Shop Small this Valentine's Day

By Elisabeth Hurley | February 12, 2019 | Comments Off on Shop Small this Valentine's Day

Shop Small this Valentine’s Day and Visit Newburyport Valentine’s Day is a time for love whether it’s your significant other, family, friends, or pets! What better way to spread cheer this February 14 by shopping small and saving. Numerous of our members are offering special deals and discounts. Whether you are searching for a gift,…

Port People: Week 2 – Dr. Kay Ficht of Your Choice Medical

By Elisabeth Hurley | February 8, 2019 | Comments Off on Port People: Week 2 – Dr. Kay Ficht of Your Choice Medical

By Lexi Fontaine, Marketing Intern Last week I visited Dr. Kay Ficht in his concierge internal medicine practice, Your Choice Medical, to discuss his career and patient centered approach. Below is the interview for the Greater Newburyport Chamber of Commerce’s #portpeople campaign which is a weekly profile of members of the Greater Newburyport Chamber of Commerce…

Port People: Week 1 – Pam Older of Pam Older Designs

By Elisabeth Hurley | January 11, 2019 | Comments Off on Port People: Week 1 – Pam Older of Pam Older Designs

By Lexi Fontaine, Marketing Intern This week, I visited Pam Older in her Newburyport studio to discuss her career as a jewelry designer and journey from New York to Newburyport. Below is the interview for the Greater Newburyport Chamber of Commerce’s #portpeople campaign which is a weekly profile of members of the Greater Newburyport Chamber of…

September is Emergency Preparedness Month: Are You Ready for Anything?

By Elisabeth Hurley | September 13, 2018 | Comments Off on September is Emergency Preparedness Month: Are You Ready for Anything?

By Natalie Hildt Treat, Executive Director of C-10 Many of us in the Chamber are small-business owners. As jacks of all trades, planning and preparedness are central to our job descriptions. We manage staff and budgets, keep projects and communication flowing, and make sure we don’t run out of supplies. After all, down-time means lost…

Which is best for B-to-B, Inbound or Outbound Marketing?

By Elisabeth Hurley | July 9, 2018 | Comments Off on Which is best for B-to-B, Inbound or Outbound Marketing?

In a recent White Paper, Industrial Equipment News (IEN) begs and then answers an age-old question for high tech and industrial product marketers: “Should you hunt down potential customers and present your brand message, or are you better off trying to “pull” interest by developing content that lures potential business your way?” From Strand Marketing’s…

Not Sure When and How to Use Hashtags?

By Elisabeth Hurley | May 3, 2018 | Comments Off on Not Sure When and How to Use Hashtags?

Here are the Do’s and Don’ts! Hashtags are such a prominent part of culture today that it’s rare to find anyone who doesn’t know what they are. In fact, the hashtag is so recognized that it was added to the Oxford dictionary in 2010, and the Scrabble Dictionary in 2014 (#official). Yet even as most people have come to…