Briarcliff Manor, New York Westchester Marketing Café, previously of Yorktown Heights, NY celebrated its new home with a ribbon cutting and open house at their new office located at 144 North State Road, Suite Two, Briarcliff Manor, NY 10510 on Wednesday, June 15th from 5:30pm to 7:30pm. The Westchester Marketing Café Team had an official Ribbon Cutting joined by Briarcliff Manor Trustee Bryan Zirman and James F. Chisholm, Director of Economic Development for New York State Senator Terrence Murphy. Following the ribbon cutting, guests were treated to a self-guided tour of the new space followed by refreshments and networking.
Jann Mirchandani started Westchester Marketing Café back in 1999 as a home based business, and now 17 years later, the Westchester Marketing Café team calls Briarcliff Manor its home. “Westchester is a great place to live and work.” says Mirchandani. “We are so proud of our clients, many of them nonprofits, because our clients are the best. They too live and work here and make a point to give back to the community. They are the reason we have grown and thrived. We wouldn’t want to be anywhere else!”
Westchester Marketing Café is a web design and marketing firm that caters to the online marketing needs of individuals, businesses, and nonprofits located in and around Westchester County. Established in 1999, Westchester Marketing Café helps clients effectively share their message, develop their websites, and measure and improve on their success using digital tools such as content management systems, social media and analytics. Westchester Marketing Café is a Certified Woman-Owned Business that is uniquely positioned as both a marketing firm as well as a web development firm that marries strong marketing strategy with solid technical capabilities.
“We look forward to continuing to focus on providing and expanding our services to our clients using a wider variety of digital tools” said Mirchandani.
Westchester Marketing Café is open Monday to Friday from 9am – 5pm, and ready to help you market online with less stress.
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