Tamika Hinton, founder and creator of Out of Office wants potential clients to know what makes our small business special.
Out of Office is a small startup business, and we understand the difficulties that can come with a challenged budget. As a result of this, we have launched a series of virtual courses to help you and your small business take your online presence to the next level. These courses are based off of the diverse skill sets that we have here at Out of Office. Whether you want to know more about running your social media accounts, branding, and much more, we have a course for you. Due to the current situation surrounding COVID-19, having strong digital media is more important than ever. However, hiring an employee to manage social media, create content, or even complete administrative tasks might not fit in to your budget. Our online courses can give you the knowledge to complete these duties yourself. Utilizing tools that allow you to showcase your business online is crucial. Out of Office is a company that exists entirely in the virtual space, and we want to share our skills with you. If you are now responsible for your brand’s digital media, or even just interested in learning, check out our classes. Here is a sneak peek at some of our course offerings and some of the things that you will learn.
We wanted to take some time this week to introduce each member of our team and highlight some of the many skills that they bring to the table. Something that makes Out of Office so special is just how many different talents each member contributes. Our interns are all creative, resourceful, and continually demonstrate an ability to think outside of the box. This post will introduce each of them, their skills, and links to their online profiles for more information.
Tamika Hinton, our Founder, and Executive Director was featured in The Birmingham Market Magazine’s March issue. This magazine is published quarterly and highlights notable individuals and happenings in the Birmingham area. It is community-oriented and largely focuses on local businesses. “Power Profile: Tamika M. Hinton” details Tamika’s journey to found Out of Office and her vision for the future.