Mesh Presents at the Forum for Rural Innovation
Mesh Multimedia Creative Director Presents Seminar on Social Media to the Forum for Rural Innovation
Winchester, VA – March 19, 2010 – Stephen Mackey, Creative Director for Mesh Multimedia, a Loudoun County-based Northern Virginia creative agency, presented a seminar on social media strategies at the Forum for Rural Innovation. The purpose of the forum is to showcase new and exciting projects and programs that enhance farm or rural business profitability. Stephen is also the co-founder of Notaviva Vineyards, a Loudoun-based Virginia farm winery, and has successfully leveraged many of today’s social networking applications to promote Notaviva’s brand identity.
Gary Hornbaker, Co-Chair for the Forum, says “on behalf of the Offices of Agricultural Economic Developent and Cooperative Extension from Loudoun, Fauquier, Clarke, and Frederick (VA), Berkely and Jefferson (WV), along with the Shenandoah and Potomac Headwaters RC&D, I would like to thank you for your presentation.”
About Mesh Multimedia
Mesh Multimedia was founded to allow enterprises, small business and government agencies to profitably leverage the “mesh” – the experiential network that enables simultaneous integrated media delivery through multiple channels. This experiential network can be comprised of any combination of audiovisual mediums, collaborative Web applications, Internet communications, print and live events. Mesh provides our clients the ability to encourage their consumers to engage in multiple channels of information exchange, thus providing new opportunities to deliver their message. For their audiences, Mesh is enabling media consumption at the right place, at the right time, in the right manner, with previously unrivaled capabilities for cross-referencing and elaboration. More information and our portfolio is available at www.MeshMultimedia.com.