Goods & Service: A Streetsense Give Back Initiative
By Bobby Boone – Streetsense
Giving back is a core value that our team at Streetsense takes to heart. Our work has touched spaces across the globe as well as shaped the neighborhoods that we call home. We want to give back to the Washington, DC community by using our collective talent to bolster small businesses and entrepreneurs.
We’re thrilled to introduce you to Goods & Service, a week of pro bono technical assistance that aims to support local and independently owned establishments in the retail and food industries. In partnership with the Washington Area Community Investment Fund (Wacif) we’re seeking DC grown businesses that may be facing direct or indirect challenges and offering our expertise in one or more of the following areas: planning, real estate strategy, architecture and interior design, branding, engagement, food and beverage consulting, and industry specific research and insight.
Whether you’re in need of a digital marketing refresh, or could use some guidance on an interiors renovation, we’re here to help. We’ll be selecting up to 10 local businesses to participate in Goods & Service the week of February 19 – 23. Spread the word by sharing this application link, or apply below!
This post originally appeared on the Streetsense blog at: https://blog.streetsense.com/goods-service-a-streetsense-give-back-initiative/
About the Author: Bobby Boone specializes in qualitative and quantitative research methods and data-driven strategy at Streetsense. He serves on project teams to evaluate and forecast conditions from real estate markets to new food and beverage concepts. Throughout Bobby’s career he has worked with numerous public and private sector clients to help create and implement feasible, data-based strategies for retailers, restaurants, hotels, real estate, and neighborhoods across the country.