Local First Arizona & DigitalWire360 Partner on Branding Initiative for Small Businesses

DigitalWire360 and Local First Arizona are excited to announce the launch of their new Brand Camp initiative, an opportunity for Arizona small businesses to be selected for a brand makeover and connect with local audiences. 

Each quarter, the DigitalWire360 branding experts will choose one small business to undergo a brand refresh, including digital marketing strategy, website development, social media marketing and public relations efforts. 

“We’re excited that we can provide this type of branding opportunity to Arizona's small business and help the push the needle forward in their marketing efforts,” said Amy Packard Berry, Chief Dynamo at DigitalWire360. “We will work closely together to identify growth opportunities and develop strategies that will help grow their brand, and in turn, their bottom line."

“Sometimes all it takes is partnering up with the right people to take your business to the next level and in front of the right audience ” Packard Berry continued.

The selected small businesses will be led through a summer camp style program with the help of DigitalWire360 and Local First Arizona experts acting as ‘camp counselors’. 

Every local business has a great story to tell, but often times they struggle finding the time and capacity to fully develop their brand in the midst of the daunting and daily tasks of running a business,” said Kimber Lanning, Executive Director of Local First Arizona. “We’re excited to partner with Brand Camp because we’ll be able to help some deserving local businesses share their unique Arizona story, which will ultimately help them grow and succeed in the future.”

The first round of applications will be accepted from July 1-31 and the winner will be notified on August 7. In order to apply, small businesses will need to send in a video explaining why their company deserves branding guidance. Visit digitalwire360.com/brand-camp/ to submit your Arizona company and learn more about the program.