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Nationally recognized marketing firm founder will share secrets to success – Entrepreneurial Journeys

Posted on Tuesday, April 9th, 2013 by Sangeetha Shivaji.
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Randy Goins, founder and president of TriMark Solutions, will share his story of growing a digital marketing and web design firm into a thriving business at the North Carolina Entrepreneurship Center’s monthly Entrepreneurial Journeys program Wednesday, April 17.

Recognized nationally as one of the fastest growing advertising and marketing firms, TriMark maximizes online visibility and lead generation for more than 300 clients across North America. A creative thinker, speaker and avid golfer, Goins founded TriMark in 2006 as one-man operation. The interactive marketing agency now employs 25 professionals specializing in search marketing strategy, management and consulting services.

The 5:30 p.m. event, which is free and open to the public, will be held in Room 1214 of the Moore Humanities and Research Administration Building, 1111 Spring Garden St., on the UNCG campus. Due to limited seating, attendees are asked to RSVP to ncec@uncg.edu. The program will begin with registration and networking from 5-5:30 p.m., followed by a 45-minute program, with a Q&A session and a networking reception afterward. Free parking is available near the venue on Forest or Oakland streets or behind the Weatherspoon Art Museum.

Entrepreneurial Journeys provides monthly informal, interactive opportunities for community members and students to hear first-hand how businesses are created. Previous speakers have included Kayne Fisher and Chris Lester, founders of Natty Greene’s Brewing Company; Dennis Quaintance, CEO and chief design officer at Quaintance-Weaver Hotels and Restaurants; Lenna Hobson, co-owner of RagApple Lassie Vineyards; Robin Davis, founder of Mack and Mack clothing; Lee Comer, founder of the Iron Hen Café; and Jenny Fulton and Ashlee Furr, founders of Miss Jenny’s Pickles.