Liz Muroski, a brand strategist and digital marketing coach, provides heartfelt help to heart-centered small business owners and entrepreneurs who want to up-level their brands and see business bloom using organic marketing techniques that set them apart. Her mission is to educate and empower those who long to work smarter, not harder when it comes to marketing.
Throughout her nearly decade-long career, Liz has represented both boutique brands and multi-million-dollar companies like, The Republic of Tea, Walkers Shortbread, and The PGA of America, to create strategic, innovative, high-performing marketing campaigns, which have gotten her clients featured by The New York Times, The Huffington Post, National Geographic, The Today Show, Oprah Magazine and many more. Her work has also been featured by PGA Magazine, Legacy Magazine, CBS News, Medium, Honeybook, and The Rising Tide Society.
Now, residing in Pinehurst, North Carolina, she aims to be a guiding light for small business owners and entrepreneurs everywhere as she teaches them how to grow and glow long-term through private coaching, workshops, public speaking engagements, and online training programs, like The Simplified Small Business Series, and her new online course, Brand in Bloom.
As Liz works to strategically unite clients with customers across the globe, she also strives to connect members of her local community as the Founder of The Small-Town Social, a 200+ member monthly networking group in Moore County that consciously connects women from all walks of life.
Stephanie Budd is the graphic designer and strategic brain behind Pine & Pixels, a digital branding studio based in Pinehurst, NC. She believes that any business can be successful when equipped with a clear message and a relevant design strategy. She is passionate about helping small businesses share their story through visuals.
In addition to being a member of the Moore County Chamber of Commerce and serving on the board of Pinehurst Business Partners, Stephanie earned her Webmaster Certification from the University of North Carolina and her Bachelors of Science in Visual Communication Arts from Liberty University. She has received two gold American Advertising Awards and one silver for projects she completed in Integrated Media Public Service and publication design. Her resume has included freelancing, in-house design, and three years as an art director. All of these roles have prepared her to understand the diverse needs of companies from non-profits to advertising agencies. Stephanie is uniquely qualified to address the challenges of operating a small business. She has learned many ways to construct creative strategies to help your business achieve its goals. Visit www.pineandpixels.com to connect with Stephanie and to find website and branding tips.