Noelle Jones of Wilder Realty, Inc.

Richland Library Introduces New Entrepreneur-In-Residence

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(Columbia, SC) – Learn more about marketing your business, creating your brand, and making career shifts to suit your needs. Richland Library is thrilled to welcome Noelle Jones as our new Entrepreneur-in-Residence (EiR).

During her residency, which runs September – December 2023, Jones plans to:

  • connect with fellow entrepreneurs and business owners in Richland County
  • share her expertise with entrepreneurs and small business owners by hosting office hours and curating digital content for the library’s website
  • work closely with library staff to offer programs, which are free and open to the public, that focus on important issues and timely interests of entrepreneurs and small business owners

A native of the Lowcountry, Jones has called the Midlands home for the last 6 years. Jones began her career as a marketing and branding professional utilizing her degree from Coastal Carolina University before pivoting into real estate. Jones believes in the impact of building a brand and marketing your business to achieve measurable outcomes. As a licensed South Carolina realtor, Jones enjoys meeting new people, working with clients, and learning more about her city. She aims to provide a service to people beyond a property address. To learn more about Jones, click here.

Customers can join the new entrepreneur-in-residence at as she shares steps and principles to consider when branding your business in her first program with Richland Library on September 19 at 6:00 p.m. at Richland Library Main.

Initially developed in 2019, the Entrepreneur-in-Residence program strives to offer access to seasoned, diverse entrepreneurial leaders with proven expertise, demonstrated success and the heart of a coach.

For questions, please contact Anika Thomas at 803-530-4621 or athomas@richlandlibrary.com.

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