From the creation of Two Point Marketing two years ago, I’ve focused on helping equestrian businesses build their brands, websites, and marketing strategies. I have loved every minute of contributing to the equestrian industry and I have loved every client that I have worked with. Over time as I’ve grown to know a variety of equestrian business owners, I noticed there was a need for help in establishing their product ideas, validating their business ideas, and teaching them how to grow their new businesses.
The Equestrian industry in the United States is a $122 Billion industry, and one of the hardest industries to break into. Most marketing agencies and marketing experts don’t understand what makes the equine industry so unique and the challenges that come with that. It has always been my goal to help bridge the gap between innovative high-level marketing strategies and the equestrian brands and retailers who face these unique challenges.
While I have enjoyed working with clients on a one-on-one basis, I’ve noticed there is a need to help the small business owner who is developing and creating a brand of their own for the first time. I’ve decided to create a solution to help more business owners and teach them how to succeed in their business. So the Equipreneur Academy was created.
Instead of focusing my efforts on working one on one with business owners, I will be offering guides, workshops, and courses with the option of group coaching so I can help more entrepreneurs make their dream of starting and running an equestrian brand come true.
With over a decade of experience working with entrepreneurs and small businesses in various industries, I’m ecstatic to be bringing new and innovative ideas and strategies to small equestrian brand owners.
I’m excited to be building a supportive community of equestrian entrepreneurs or “Equipreneurs” and have big plans and goals for the near future.
Thank you for being a part of the journey so far, and I look forward to bringing you into the next chapter of Two Point Marketing.