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Inside Business “One 2 Watch”

Inside Business One 2 Watch

CLEVELAND, Ohio (Nov. 22, 2010) — Tyler S. Clark, owner of Tyler Clark Consulting in Youngstown, is featured in the “One 2 Watch” column in the November/December issue of Inside Business, a business publication based here.

Clark tells the magazine that improving business conditions in the Mahoning Valley have boosted volume among many small businesses, including his technology consultancy.

“People write off Youngstown as a place where businesses go to die, and that’s not true,” Clark says in the column, vouching for “a lot of opportunities for business growth in the area.”

The Youngstown resident and Youngstown State University graduate recently added several team members to keep up with the growth in projects, he tells Inside Business.

Also a writer and speaker on tech-related topics, Clark appeared recently on the NEOtropolis business news show and was featured earlier this year in Inc. magazine. Both news items addressed the growth of business in Youngstown and the surrounding area.

“I’m always looking for opportunities to connect businesses and organizations that can partner together,” Clark says in the Inside Business column. “I’ve been floored by the opportunities here.”

Tyler Clark Consulting, based in Youngstown, Ohio, is a Web development and digital marketing firm with expertise in search engine optimization, digital marketing and advanced Web application development. Key clients include Covelli Enterprises and Youngstown State University. The company is led by Tyler Clark, a Youngstown resident and Youngstown State University graduate who is the chief imagination officer at the Youngstown Business Incubator. Clark, a speaker and writer on technology-related topics, also sits on the boards of the Mahoning Valley Historical Society, the Turning Foundation and WYSU. More information is available at the firm’s website at www.tylersclark.com.

Full article: http://ibmag.com/Main/Archive/One_to_Watch_Tyler_Clark_11805.aspx

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