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Digital Touch Elements: Small Business Resource Center

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Marc Healy, executive director of retail and marketing
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A great way to encourage community support, the financial institution can partner with their local businesses. The branch advertises for those interested, giving the business exposure and a discount. In return, the branch gains increased foot-traffic, trust, and reliability within the community. These three benefits ensure that the institution is remembered when important business deals are at stake.

Through the help of the digital/touch technology, the branch becomes the modern yellow-pages and the source of community news, discounts, networking, and events.

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Written and Photographed by Bryn Baldasaro for The Element Group.

Edited by Nate Baldasaro.

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A man in a blue button-up.
Marc Healy
executive director of retail and marketing

Often greeted by the team as “Mr. HEALY!,” with all suitable pomp, Marc is known to be a positive force of nature in the office. After graduating from Western Washington University with a degree in Business and a concentration in Finance, Marc proceeded to leap right into leadership positions. His career now spans over 35 years, with experience in marketing, sales, and finance.


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