For Bridgeport businesses, it’s goodbye forever to amateur-hour branding and marketing. Not too long ago, a local business person would be hunting down a cousin who “knows HTML” or a semi-talented brother-in-law to “decorate.”
Now, I’m seeing professional, highly trained creatives do work in businesses and organizations of all sorts and sizes. This only happened because a handful of talented people have been welcoming small entrepreneurs. Walk down Main Street and up Fairfield Avenue and you’ll see the results.
But back to 305K — Eileen is planning some events there in January. Her first show is in early February.
Knowlton Street isn’t downtown, but it’s just across the river. It’s easier to find if you cross at Washington Avenue and not at Stratford Avenue. A map: