Tara Bellucci is a lifelong New Englander who believes good food and good style should be accessible to everyone. She is a staff writer for Apartment Therapy, where she shoots House Tours, covers local events, and rounds up daily Design News. With 6 years as a real estate marketer, designer, and photographer, she knows how to make a space look its best. A founder of the Boston Food Swap, itís her mission to share culinary creations and connect people through the joys of real food. Outside of swapping, Tara also contributes to food blogs,...
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Are you ready for a BOOST?
A BOOST is a clear trajectory to your goals. A BOOST fuels your business into the stratosphere. A BOOST gets you out of your comfort zone so that you can achieve your dreams.
Iíve had a twisty-turny, crushing to crushing it career path, and I want to use everything Iíve picked up along the way to make your business explode with awesomeness so that youíre skipping out of bed and whistling to work on Monday mornings.
With years of marketing experience, Iíll coach you in the best practices to BOOST your business (plus share my quick & dirty tips to getting it all done, even when youíre short on time).
I wear a costume shop full of hats, just like you do. Iím your general contractor, your professor, your cheerleader. Most importantly, Iím in your corner. With a voracious appetite for self-improvement, Iíve read a thousand and one business and advice books that I mix with experience to create my personal brand of ďtell-it-like-it-isĒ-ness. My job is to listen and learn about your business, and then mix you up a concoction of practical pointers and rah-rah realness to launch you to new heights.
Could your business use a BOOST? I offer customizable packages and a la carte options (coming soon) to give your shop, brand, blog, or event the fuel to reach new heights!
Whether online or on the High Street, shop owners face unique challenges. Boost your shop, space, or restaurant and get more customers into your real and virtual doors by...
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