About the Intro Call
The Intro Call is the first step we take in working together. Whether you will need label or packaging production and management, print production, websites, graphic design or project management services.
At this meeting you will find out what it’s like to work with our team. We will learn about you, your business, and your working style. Most importantly, we will learn about your plans for your business and how you want to grow your success.
The Intro Call Includes:
- 60 minute video call meeting.
- Come prepared to tell us about your business: what you do, where you are with your marketing, and a little about yourself.
- We will share with you the services we provide and relevant examples of our work.
- Plus, we’ll tackle one issue or question currently affecting your business. You’ll get at least one actionable way to solve this challenge and move forward!
Common Marketing Issues and Questions
We ask that you to bring a current question or issue to be discussed on the Intro Call. Here are some of the common questions that people ask us:
- How to avoid running out of labels without over purchasing stock.
- How to develop and produce packaging prototypes.
- Frustrations and challenges with your website.
- Vetting and selecting suppliers to the various services your business needs.
- How to get the most out of events your business participates in.
Cost and Scheduling
The Intro Call is $95.00! Additionally, these funds will be applied to your first service with us.
Let’s get together and start moving your business forward in the direction you would like.
To get started, send us a message using our Contact Form. We will be in touch to schedule your call.
What Clients Have to Say
“I worked with Marc and True Leaf on a project when I was only a few weeks into a new position, at my current organization. Having never launched an online store, his guidance and patience were a saving grace. Marc’s expertise, work ethic and attention made the process possible. And he gave me the confidence …
“Getting a ton of positive feedback from coworkers, and especially from [the company owner]. I seriously can’t thank you enough.”