Local Business Serves as Example of a Business Succeeding with the Help of the Internet
May 27, 2015
Contact: Dan Appleget at 410-789-7007
Even in tough economic times, small businesses and non-profits throughout the United States are benefiting from the continued expansion of the ecommerce industry, according to an annual Economic Impact Report released this week by Google.
The G3 Group, located in Baltimore was selected by Google to serve as Maryland’s example of a business that is utilizing the Internet to find and connect with customers.
“Google has provided us with many of the tools we use every day to help our clients and our own business connect with new customers, said Anita Schott, CEO of the G3 Group. Often these tools are little to no cost and greatly improve our sales and ability to grow. We are proud to be featured in Google’s 2014 Economic Impact Report.”
“Google is well-known for helping people search for and find the information they want,” said Margo Georgiadis, Google’s President of Americas Sales. “Through our search and advertising programs, businesses find customers, publishers earn money from their online content and nonprofits get donations and volunteers. The Economic Impact Report details how millions of businesses use our tools to make money. It’s these solutions that make Google an engine for economic growth,” concluded Georgiadis.
The growth is creating new opportunities for web-based companies, as well as brick-and-mortar establishments. Google helped provide $131 billion of economic activity for over 1.8 million American businesses and non-profits across the U.S. in 2014.
For more information about the G3 Group or where Maryland stands in the Google Economic Impact Report, please visit http://goo.gl/DKUk7m, or call 410-789-7007.