A new business in Greenville’s West End, Tangible Intentions, is opening and will specialize in marketing for businesses with small budgets, said co-owner Anthony Reese.
The business started out in 2012 as a way to help his wife’s parents start a website for their small farm in Henderson, N.C., without spending the $3,000-$9,000 that marketing companies had quoted to create it, Reese said.
Tangible Intentions later moved from Henderson to Greenville, and Reese and his wife were renting office space on Stone Avenue. As the company grew they looked for a more permanent space. They are now renovating a building on Pendleton Street.
He said the company is now a full-service marketing company.
“We’re looking to be able to offer businesses anything and everything that they want,” he said.
The marketing world is changing, Reese said, and “there’s such a need for what we’re doing” by offering a low-cost, full-service marketing strategy.
Reese also wants to be able to use the 1,200-square-foot space as a place for artists to work.
He said he also wants the space to be an option for “artists who don’t have the ability to rent out an art gallery” or who need a space to “just come in and create.” He plans to display artists’ work on the walls.
Reese said the place would be able to help capture the flavor of the West End.