Vice President of Go Local Tacoma Patricia Lecy-Davis Joins Meylah's Advisory Board
Patricia Lecy-Davis, Vice President of Go Local Tacoma joins Meylah's advisory board to help the growth of Meylah in the small business segment.
Patricia co founded Go Local Tacoma, an organization that is now close to 500 strong. Meylah’s marketplace platform needs advisors such as Patricia who can add value to the growth of Meylah in the small business and community marketplace areas. Meylah’s initial success with Sammamish Chamber of Commerce in creating a city based community marketplace called Sammamish Marketplace validates that every community can support their local businesses easily. With a trusted organization backing the online marketplace, community members can now easily discover, engage and transact from the community sellers with confidence and know that they are supporting their community with their dollars.
Meylah appointed Patricia to its advisory board because she brings tremendous experience in the small business arena. Not only is she the owner of two small business but is involved closely with organizations like AMIBA and BALLE to support the growth of communities via local commerce programs. Patricia Lecy Davis gets the impact that can be made in a local community by the partnership of all types and sizes of business with the right technology and tools.
Based in Seattle, WA Meylah is the first social commerce platform powering community marketplaces. These community marketplaces which can be created in minutes are best suited for business organizations, non-profits, PTA’s, Go-Local programs and grass roots groups who want to connect their community of sellers to the buyers. The platform also allows the owner of marketplaces to generate revenue in addition to promoting their community sellers in a branded, curated, automated and customized online marketplace. Each individual seller also gets their own branded storefront with integrated business tools and the opportunity to sell in multiple marketplaces from one storefront.
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