1. Follow @Mixtroz Across Social Media
It’s no secret that social media is one of the most powerful marketing tools available to startups and small businesses alike. Therefore, an excellent way to support startups like Mixtroz is to follow and engage with them on social media.
2. Follow the Founders and Engage With Content on LinkedIn
The best way to connect and support the founders themselves is through LinkedIn. Connect with Ashlee Ammons and Kerry Schrader; both share helpful content, insights into the business, and more that supporters of the company can enjoy. Furthermore, engaging with their content boosts their audience and, ideally, results in brand exposure for the company.
3. Refer Mixtroz to Your Company’s Event Coordinator
Whether you own your own company or work for one that could benefit from Mixtroz’s networking and communication assistance — referring Mixtroz to your company’s event coordinator is a great way to show support. Not to mention, you will be rewarded with more pleasant company networking events.
People affiliated with human resources (HR), diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), or supplier diversity are good places to start for recommending Mixtroz’s services, says Mixtroz co-founder Ashlee Ammons.
4. Spread the Word
Additionally, spreading the word in your active communities can not only help support Mixtroz but can also bring about more organic networking opportunities for you and your community. Any organization you participate in actively such as sororities, fraternities, Junior Leagues, chambers, or churches could potentially benefit from Mixtroz’s offerings.
5. Book Mixtroz to Speak at an Upcoming Event
Looking for speakers for an upcoming event? Booking Mixtroz to speak is a great way to support the startup by offering a platform to introduce Mixtroz and its dynamic story. One of the best ways to support entrepreneurs is by providing them with a place to share their stories and invite others to learn more about their startup.
This can be especially useful for company retreats, conferences, or workshops held in the professional sphere. Additionally, students or aspiring entrepreneurs looking for events that will educate and motivate them to launch a startup of their own could benefit from Mixtoz’s story.