Local Business to Represent Minority-Owned Businesses in Discussion on Digital Literacy
Updated: Feb 15
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Rockland County, NY - Studio Ninety, a local business specializing in digital marketing and web design, has been selected to participate in a discussion with the U.S. Deputy Secretary of Commerce Don Graves on the important topics of digital literacy and broadband internet access. The event is part of the Biden Administration's efforts to promote equity and support minority-owned businesses in the United States.
Studio Ninety LLC, which is owned by Esteven Garcia and Alen Garcia, is honored to have been chosen to represent minority-owned businesses in this important discussion. As a company that focuses on digital solutions, Studio Ninety recognizes the critical role that digital literacy and access to broadband internet play in today's business landscape.
"We are excited to have the opportunity to speak with Deputy Secretary Graves about these important issues," said Esteven Garcia. "Access to broadband internet is essential for any business to thrive in today's economy, and we are committed to helping other minority-owned businesses gain access to the resources and training they need to succeed."
The discussion took place in July 2022 in New York City. Studio Ninety LLC encourages other minority-owned businesses and individuals to join the discussion to learn and see how they can improve their digital literacy and gain access to broadband internet.
For more information about Studio Ninety LLC and their work in the field of digital marketing, please visit their website at www.stu90.com.
Contact: Esteven Garcia CEO & Co-Founder firstname.lastname@example.org