Building your online platform – let’s talk about visual branding!


Sharvette Mitchell, Creative Director & Business Strategy at Mitchell Productions where they offer web design services, personal branding and online marketing joins Enterprise Radio.

Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Sharvette Mitchell discuss the following:

  1.  How did you get started?
  2. What is visual branding?
  3. Why is visual branding important?
  4. How does a website act as an “employee”?
  5. What should someone have in place before contacting a web designer?
  6. What are components of building a personal brand?

Sharvette Mitchell is a graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University with a Bachelor of Science in Marketing. She brings to the table, 25 years past experience in corporate America in the field of training & development and Consumer Compliance.

Sharvette provides web design services for entrepreneurs so that they can generate revenue with an amazing online brand. In conjunction to web design,  Sharvette is a Consultant & Trainer and conducts training and seminars with an emphasis on the use of  Facebook marketing, personal branding strategies and creation of digital products. She is a Professional Certified Leadership Coach, on the Board of Directors of James River Writers, a past recipient of the Richmond Star Award, ACHI Magazine’s – Radio Personality of The Year Award and has been featured in publications such as Huffington Post, HOPE for Women Magazine, DIVA By Design Magazine, CEO Magazine, Glambitious Magazine,  Rescue A CEO Blog & Sista Sense Magazine. Sharvette has also been seen on CBS 6 Virginia This Morning, The CW Network and Comcast Cable.

For over 11 years, she has hosted a weekly talk radio show, The Sharvette Mitchell Radio Show, that airs on Blog Talk Radio, iTunes and on her personal mobile app. Lastly, Sharvette is the visionary author of the upcoming anthology, PROPEL and a co-author in two books, Mogul In the Making and Get It Done! Design The Business of Your Dreams.

Social Media Links
Twitter: @Sharvette

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