A vast percentage of large and medium size businesses are now engaging with their clients and customers through social media. With so many potential contacts already using this form of keeping in touch with family, friends as well as authors, artists, musicians to name a few of the categories of business-oriented entities taking advantage of this marketing opportunity, a social media presence for small businesses as well. With the assistance of our client, Dulais Productions LLC, Camfa has also established social media sites for our own purposes, as well as for several of…continue reading →
Camfa Technologic is growing. Our newest client, East Valley Referral Partners, commissioned Camfa to build and host their first website for their business networking group in the wider Mesa area near Phoenix. The organizers of the networking group wanted a members-only forum with an Events calendar and posting to their closed-group Facebook page. Camfa is proud to serve the needs of innovative business enterprises. Please contact us if your business, creative enterprise or non-profit organization requires a website redesign, new build, and/or hosting services or training. continue reading →
Thank you to the Billings Chamber of Commerce for their June “Business After Hours” event that took place at Retirement-Solutions’ offices on S 32nd Street W hosted by their staff, which gave Camfa the opportunity to meet many of our colleagues in our new location. See you at the next BAH?
“Every business needs a website.” — Arica D., Business Owner, Billings, Montana — Every small business, regardless of size, can benefit from a web presence. Every small business can equally be damaged by either the lack of a web presence or an inappropriate/malfunctioning site.
In the twelve years Camfa has provided website-building services to businesses and non-profit organizations, we have relocated from our country of origin and states across the northern hemisphere, maintaining relationships with clients and independent contractors in Wales, California, Arizona and now, Montana.