Sam Vanassa launches Gorilla Business Consulting | Plateau Business

Aiming to help local customers improve their bottom line, Sam Vanassa has launched Gorilla Business Consulting.

  • Thursday, October 10, 2013 7:45pm
  • Business

Aiming to help local customers improve their bottom line, Sam Vanassa has launched Gorilla Business Consulting.

“Three years ago, after being laid off due to the tough economy and realizing I was helping everybody with their marketing and operations issues, I decided to develop my own company where I can work…within the community,” Vanassa said. “My goal is to help my clients be the best in their industry.”

Vanassa specializes in Internet marketing, helping clients bump up their web traffic, increase profits and reduce overhead. Also offered is consulting in marketing, inventory management, finance, sales and operations.

Vanassa maintains business hours of 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. He can be reached at 877-883-1417 or via email at SamV@gorillabusinessconsulting.com. His website is www.gorillabusinessconsulting.com.

 

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