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B2C Enterprises originated in 2009 to assist companies and organizations in business development and positioning their brands in the marketplace.

As the company has grown, this remains our primary focus. Through our own expertise and relationships with multiple creative and technical companies, we offer our wide variety of clients a full service advertising and marketing agency at approachable price levels.

Many of these services align with the traditional idea of an advertising and marketing agency.  What sets us apart is the way we provide these services and our ability to look beyond the traditional approaches.

We don’t pretend to do anything magical.  We don’t try and hide our work behind a curtain.  We collaborate with our clients in both the strategic and creative processes.  We are always ready to explain why we make the decisions we do and we are happy to have  clients to weigh in and make the final call.

Our clients often lean on B2C to conceptualize, craft, place, and track their media, marketing and advertising plans.  Sometimes a client’s needs go beyond the traditional.  That type of creative problem solving is where we go beyond most people’s ideas of an advertising and marketing agency.

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Second North Carolina Urgent Care Franchise Selects Local Firm as Advertising Partner

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Roanoke, VA - January 2017
A second American Family Care (AFC) franchise in North Carolina has chosen B2C Enterprises as an advertising partner. B2C Enterprises will assist the Cary location with television and digital advertising. The firm also works with an AFC branch in High Point, North Carolina. ...

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January 2017
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Early on I was going to be a reporter – a television sports reporter, actually. I think someone told me I had a face for radio and, eventually, economics and life caused me to shift from journalism to capitalism. In the TV business we used to say “the journalists and the capitalists never cross paths”, but I think ...


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