Make your voice heard! StayLocal requests your participation in our annual survey of independent business owners. Your feedback provides invaluable local data that we share widely with local and national policymakers to help create an environment where local business can thrive.
The Eat Local New Orleans is challenging YOU to go 30 days in June eating only foods grown, caught, or raised within a 200-mile radius of New Orleans to raise awareness of the nutritional, economic, environmental and cultural benefits of eating locally sourced foods.
The Eat Local New Orleans is challenging YOU to go 30 days in June eating only foods grown, caught, or raised within a 200-mile radius of New Orleans to raise awareness of the nutritional, economic, environmental and cultural benefits of eating locally sourced foods. For more details about the Challenge visit, www.nolalocavore.org!
Kick-Off event details to come
StayLocal's annual summer SourceNOLA campaign that encourages businesses to pledge to switch at least one aspect of their operations over to a local service provider. Our goal is to raise the profile of our local service providers and link businesses with the local resources they need to grow.
Octavia Books, Garden District Book Shop, Tubby & Coo's Mid-City Book Shop, and Blue Cypress Books are celebrating New Orleans Independent Bookstore Day! Each store is planning special activities; and together are offering the chance to win $100 in gift certificates for book lovers!
In this session, we'll provide an overview of marketing channels and what can work for large and small organizations.
You’ve done your research on your target customer and your market, but how do you communicate with them? Learn how to draft compelling messaging to engage your target audience that make an impact.
Do you define your target market as “everyone”? Learn how to identify your key audiences and markets to focus your efforts on the people who are most likely to be your customers.
LifeCity’s 6th Annual "Love Your City Awards" Gala (formerly known as the Green Games Awards) is New Orleans’ impact economy event of the year. On January 25th, 2018, our city’s business and impact leaders will converge for a glamorous celebration honoring the winners.
Whether you're attending the Holiday Home Tour or just looking to do some holiday shopping, the Preservation Resource Center's Holiday Boutique is free to attend and features great local gifts!
Get a jump on your holiday shopping and support local small businesses! To celebrate Small Business Saturday Roux Carré is hosting a makers fair featuring local artists and goods.
On November 25th millions of Americans across the country set out to shop for holiday gifts at their favorite local businesses for Small Business Saturday! This national shopping event, between Black Friday and Cyber Monday, encourages consumers to shop at local businesses.
What do we want the future of New Orleans’ local economy to be? What is equity in this context? What is the risk of not creating pathways to participation in our independent business community? Join us for a dynamic workshop designed to tap into our collective wisdom and identify the assets we are currently undervaluing.
StayLocal wants to make sure our local businesses are aware of opportunities to be a part of this massive campaign. During the webinar, Jeremy Cooker for the New Orleans Tourism and Marketing Corporation and Mary Kate Hutchinson from FSC Interactive will share upcoming events, marketing resources, and more to help your business take part in the tricentennial celebration.