It’s never been more important to support our local businesses. When you buy local, you help keep more money in the local economy and help support local jobs.
The City of Logan is home to more than 21,000 businesses and is proud to support the Think Local, Buy Logan campaign focusing on different ways the community can buy locally, investing back into Logan’s economy.
There are plenty of ways to shop local in the City of Logan, including buying local products and ingredients, using local services and trade, dining at local eateries, visiting local attractions and buying online from local sites.
Money spent in Logan is more likely to be reinvested into the local economy and that is why it is important to share these messages and encourage your consumers to think local before buying anywhere else. #thinklocalbuylogan
Think Local, Buy Logan Toolkit
Downloadable resources are available to help small businesses promote the Buy Logan initiative, to encourage customers to buy local and support their community.
Join the Think Local, Buy Logan Facebook Group
We’re bringing together businesses and residents who want to share local information, offer recommendations and promote opportunities in the city.
If you’re a resident looking for a local product or service, this is a good place to start. You’re encouraged to share what you love and why it’s important to support Logan businesses. It’s all about locals, supporting locals.
Join the Think Local Buy Logan Facebook page.
‘Get Local’ Small Business Digital Marketing Program
The Logan Office of Economic Development (LOED) has partnered with ASBAS Digital Solutions to deliver a free online training and mentoring program for Logan small businesses.
The ‘Get Local’ Small Business Digital Marketing Program aims to help businesses increase their visibility to local customers and provides practical tools for digital marketing and content creation.
Businesses will get access to free weekly webinars, followed by five 1-hour one-on-one sessions with a business mentor. Spaces for the program are limited.
Topics that will be covered by the webinars include
- Getting Started with Google My Business
- Setting up a Facebook Page
- Using Canva to Create Engaging Content
- Content Marketing
- Website development from beginner to advanced
Webinars will take place on Tuesdays and Thursdays between 11-25 August (5.30pm-6.30pm), with mentoring sessions to take place in September.
Places for the program have now been filled.
Webinars will be available for viewing on-demand after their broadcast date. Please register your details below and you will be informed when the recordings become available.
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