After 25 years of working with small business owners and nonprofits, I feel like I have really found my sweet spot…educating and motivating people to do their digital marketing…to tell their stories…so they can connect with people.
I’ve had a great ride throughout my entire 25 year career as an entrepreneur, and thankfully, I have had the best life and business partner in my husband Brian. Together, we moved to North Carolina after graduating from the best college on the planet, Ohio University, where we met. We literally did not know a single person in Charlotte, and moved there one week after getting married. After working jobs we hated for a little while, we decided to start our own business…a couple of naïve twenty something with nothing but dreams and a good work ethic to rely on…well, and each other.
We started in graphic design, then website development and most recently, digital marketing. All along the way, I spent a lot of time doing seminars and webinar on best practices within the marketing field. It was one of my favorite things to do because I could connect and motivate people to get excited about telling their stories once they knew how to use the social media or email marketing platforms. And now, I want to take that a step further by developing easy to follow, step-by-step online courses that you can do at your own pace, but that have actionable information to get you where you want to go with your marketing.
Lisa Perry’s endless energy and marketing strategies will get you excited about your digital marketing and social media! NC Business Today named her as one of the Top Women in Business and her company, Perry Productions, was named the 2016 Small Business of the Year by the Cabarrus Regional Chamber of Commerce.
She and husband Brian started their business in 1994 and are celebrating their 25th anniversary in business this year! Lisa has presented hundreds of social media marketing seminars and webinars. She loves to help small businesses and nonprofits get their message out to the masses while also teaching those “do-it-yourselfers” the best tricks of the trade!
Lisa and her family have always been active in their community and especially her local Rotary club, the Rotary Club of Cabarrus County. She was the 2009-2010 club president, a Paul Harris Fellow, the 2006 Distinguished Rotarian, and serves on the board of Cabarrus Rotary Charitable Works. She is also active in giving a voice to small businesses by serving as a board member of the Cabarrus Regional Chamber of Commerce and the Career & Technical Education Business Advisory Council for Cabarrus County and Kannapolis City Schools.