Southeast Guilford County has a new paper provided by Southeast
Heim, better known in the market place for the last 15 years as
owner of Marty Designs, a Web development company, is one of two
managing partners in SE lifestyle. The use of conventional marketing
to drive traffic to the Internet for the most part is old school.
“Having a say in ad placement is one thing, but surrounding the ad
with pertinent content is added value to our clients,” Heim said.
“We plan on having our best year ever in and we’re going to
take our clients with us, not only on the Web, but in print.”
2012 Top Web Designer
recently was recognized as one of the Top Largest
Web Designers 2012 in the Triad area of North Carolina. The recognition
was awarded by The Business Journal.
Far away, in the remote village of Mwandi in Zambia,
Africa, Marty Designs is making a small difference for the staff and
patients at the Mwandi Christian Hospital. This medical center,
operated by the United Church of Zambia, is able to serve the sick
and injured in this area thanks to major help from organizations in
the United States. By providing hosting & support services for
the hospital’s Web site, it represents a way
to communicate its journey to caring people around the globe.
Woman of the Year
owner of Marty Designs, was recognized as the ATHENA Business Woman
of the Year. This national award is presented to an exceptional
individual who has achieved excellence in her profession, who has
served the community in many meaningful ways, and who has assisted
women in reaching their full leadership potential. A shocked Marty
said, "You have to know people you trust. People who trust you will
take you where you want to go."
Give Back: Marty Designs team winners!
We have bowled for Big Brothers
& Big Sisters and
once we're top winners with a $500 travel voucher!
See what we did with the prize.
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The staff at Marty Designs took a little different approach to see
the Triad fall colors. Marty's take on the idea, "As we lifted off
and I looked down, it took everything in me not to scream, ‘I want
to get down!’" Judy had a much easier time. She took the
kneel-down-in-the-gondola approach, so she couldn't see how high we
were. Susan walked away with a great tip: When you book your hot air
balloon flight and they ask you how much you weigh, it is no time to
fib. You worry too much to enjoy the trip!
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