Businesses in Hampton Roads – FREE Local Business Directory Launches Jan.1, 2018

Hampton Roads Business Live has announced the launch of a new local business directory for the Hampton Roads area. "www.hrbusinesslive.com". Visit http://hrbusinesslive.com today!

Chesapeake, United States - February 9, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Customers looking for the latest in products and services can now utilize a new local business directory www.hrbusinesslive.com offered by Hampton Roads Business Live. Today Rory Graham, President at Hampton Roads Business Live launched the website directory and talked about the directory’s development.

This local directory www.hrbusinesslive.com, is designed to appeal specifically to all businesses in Hampton Roads area, including the cities of Virginia Beach, Norfolk, Chesapeake, Portsmouth, Suffolk, Hampton, Newport News and Williamsburg.

Features Include:

Local Focused Directory – This feature was included because it gives local businesses a way to stand out in the local market. This is great news for the consumer too. By using a local directory instead of a national directory, they can research their local market for vendors close to them.

FREE Membership Level – This is the foundation level of the directory. This level was included to give powerful features such as coupons, articles and photo albums to every business at no cost. Customers who search for products and services on www.hrbusinesslive.com should enjoy this feature because the expanded information makes decision making easier for them as well.

The Premium Level – Hampton Roads Business Live made sure to make this part of the local business directory’s development, as it adds to the FREE membership level with the ability to post events, videos and audio files as well. Businesses like this because it offers more marketing tools at a modest yearly price and customers appreciate it because there is more information consolidated in one place.

Rory Graham, when asked about www.hrbusinesslive.com said:

“This is a fantastic opportunity for businesses of all sizes to connect with the local area.”

This is Hampton Roads Business Live’s effort to further promote small business in Hampton Roads and provide entrepreneurs with effective tools to market their products and services to the local community. Rory Graham is particularly excited about this release because, ” We are excited to give the local community many powerful new features that they can use to market their business..

Those interested in putting their business on the directory can do so by visiting http://hrbusinesslive.com and click on the join button.

Consumers looking to find the best in local Hampton Roads businesses, can visit http://hrbusinesslive.com today.

Contact Info:
Name: Rory Graham
Email: freeinterview@avsvideo.com
Organization: Hampton Roads Business Live
Address: 2200 Dunbarton Drive, Chesapeake, VA 23325, United States
Phone: +1-757-271-8687

For more information, please visit http://hrbusinesslive.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 298754

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