The recently announced expansions reflect CEO and founder Jeremy K. Hargroves’s goal of helping Black-owned small businesses and service providers, including e-commerce stores, music production studios, physiotherapists, construction contractors, realtors, dentists, and physicians.
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With updated hyper-local marketing coverage for small start-ups and e-commerce sites, Hargroves Helping Hand provides professional strategies to help Black entrepreneurs build their brands and reach wider audiences through the distribution of multimedia content packages.
A recent report from The Brookings Institution shows that while Black people make up 14.2% of the American population, they own only 2.3% of all businesses. Black business owners often face numerous obstacles due to systemic racism, such as being denied funding to start a business, acknowledges Jeremy Hargrove, CEO and founder of Hargroves Helping Hand. The company’s marketing campaigns are designed to help Black businesses break through some of the existing barriers to gain more visibility and generate client leads. “By applying my unique and highly effective media strategy, I can take any Black-owned business and dramatically increase their exposure for a variety of products and services in a matter of months, resulting in significant customer growth,” says Jeremy.
Using hyper-specific content to reach local and national target demographics, the company’s multimedia campaigns feature a variety of digital assets, including infographics, videos, blog articles, slideshows, and news articles.
Once the high-end marketing content has been created by Hargrove Helping Hand’s team of skilled web developers, advertising professionals, graphic designers, and writers, Jeremy uses his connections to mainstream media channels, including YouTube, NBC, and Google, to distribute the digital assets.
The marketing agency’s proprietary content application platform is hyper-specific, meaning that the multimedia components go out to targeted local and national audiences that are already searching for a certain product or service.
As a Black business owner, Jeremy highlights his commitment to helping local small businesses and ecommerce stores thrive. “I know the struggles Black entrepreneurs go through because I’ve been there myself,” he says. “My goal is to move forwards – never backwards – and help those who are serious get what they desire and deserve.”
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