WAYNESBORO – LaunchUX, a digital marketing and business consulting firm, is proud to announce that it is officially a member of the Greater Waynesboro Chamber of Commerce. The addition of LaunchUX to the Chamber bolsters both organizations’ efforts to support and grow the Waynesboro business community.

LaunchUX uses web design, social media and content marketing to optimize and secure clients’ online presence. The team of experienced marketing and content experts is led by owner and certified project manager Nathan Neil, who also provides professional consulting services.

“We share a common goal of growing the small business community in Waynesboro,” said Neil. “People in this region are becoming more aware of digital marketing as a tool to reach their customers, and LaunchUX is able to guide them around the pitfalls that befall so many companies. Customers’ expectations have expanded over the years, and your online presence needs to be elegant and findable, whether it is accessed from a desktop computer, a smartphone or a tablet.”

He added: “And, of course, there’s the networking aspect. When I’m not helping my customers grow their businesses or working to grow my own business, I’m studying, reading, writing and talking about business.”

The Chamber currently has about 400 members representing businesses of all sizes across all industries. According to Executive Director Jackie Mowen, the Chamber helps members market and educate themselves through their POWER Partners networking group, TGIF Breakfast seminars, Lunch & Learn workshops, and after-hours networking Mixers. The Chamber also takes a leadership role on legislative issues affecting the area, will be hosting Political Forums this fall and also hosts a monthly “Chamber Chat” radio program on 103.7 FM.

“In terms of business, Waynesboro is really growing and changing,” said Mowen. “We have helped many companies over the last several years relocate to the area and have been instrumental in helping existing businesses expand into new locations.”

Mowen stressed that it’s all about “networking, networking, networking” – business people coming together and sharing thoughts and ideas, which includes everything from problems they’ve encountered to solutions they’ve discovered.

Neil echoed this sentiment: “Chamber events are a dream-come-true for someone who loves talking business with like-minded individuals.”

Mowen added: “I think LaunchUX’s services are something that is needed in this area because the presence of web and social media marketing is growing. It’s going to be needed more than ever.”
For more information about LaunchUX or the Greater Waynesboro Chamber of Commerce, visit launchux.com or waynesboro.org.