FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: February 5, 2016
ATLANTA – Adrienne J Media (AJM) announced its inclusion in the City of Atlanta inaugural class of the Women’s Entrepreneurship Initiative (WEI). The Women’s Entrepreneurship Initiative – WEI 15 is comprised of 15 women entrepreneurs who will have the opportunity to operate their small businesses in a collaborative incubator environment.
“This initiative will assist women who aspire to entrepreneurial excellence by providing them with the resources they need to grow a successful business,” said Mayor Reed. According to the Mayor, these entrepreneurs will receive mentorship, business coaching and access to technology and office space at no cost to them.
Adrienne J Media was selected as an ideal candidate from a competitive selective process of more than 100 candidates. After 15 months of access to resources, business education, and mentorship engagement with the initiative, AJM hopes to transition from the program fully prepared for sustainable success, growth and job creation, serving as a major contributor to the economic and social vitality of the city.
“I am honored to be a part of this forward thinking initiative,” said Adrienne J Media’s Founder and Chief Digital Strategist, Adrienne Brown. “It is my intention to give back to the City opportunities it is now providing me. AJM will make Mayor Reed and the City of Atlanta proud.” Owing to its coalition with The Women’s Entrepreneurship Initiative, Adrienne J Media has already met performance growth goals with the hiring of two interns and expanded its client base.
Adrienne J Media applies a S.M.A.R.T principle in its offering of a variety of digital marketing services. This Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic and Timely principle is the backdrop AJM employs to tailor specialized services for its clients. These services range from Digital Media Consulting, Search Engine Optimization (SEO), Search Engine Marketing (SEM), Digital Project Management (DPM), Email Marketing as well as Social Media Management.