The success of your business is extremely important to us.
At Small Biz Triage we know that if you don’t succeed, quite literally, neither do we.
The only way that we’ve been able to stay in business is by making money for our clients. That’s our job. If we don’t succeed, we don’t eat.
We draw more attention (and customers) to your business and that turns into more money for you (and a little bit for us).
We are Small Biz Triage. We’re here to help you stop hurting and start growing.
Owner, Founder, Etc…
A Southern California-bred, self-professed desert rat, Nate picked up his first management job at 15 running the “kitchen patrol” at a Search and Rescue training center in Ephrata, WA. During a 4-year sentence at the US Air Force Academy, he began writing creatively and professionally.
Nate mysteriously showed up in Seattle in 2006 with no car, no house, no money, no job, an ex-wife, and full custody of a beautiful 5-year old girl. After coming up for air, he stepped back into the creative realm by attending TheFilmSchool (Summer ’08) and subsequently joining NFFTY’s Board of Directors. He and two other members of the ‘single-dad mafia’ started a youth music education non-profit, Savor the Sound, in 2011. Nate recently moved to Chico, CA and actively manages marketing for 30+ small businesses and non-profits in Washington, Montana, Texas and California. His blog: thatswright.org | His bizness: LinkedIn Profile
And the rest of the “family”. All independent freelancers actively building their own kingdoms while helping Small Biz Triage clients build theirs.
Billy Gold – Artist, Community Manager (Bothell, WA)
Concept Artist, Illustrator, Poster Design, Branding, Twitter Guru, Community Manager
Seth Rasmussen – Community Manager / Co-Owner (Seattle, WA)
Writer, Social Networker, Scruffy Lookin’ Nerfherder. Marketing Fella for TheFilmSchool.
While studying creative writing at the University of Washington, Courtney was published four times, served as managing editor of a scifi/fantasy litmag, was named runner up for the Charlotte Paul Reese prize for fiction and won the Eugene Van Buren prize for fiction. She’s also the Events Coordinator for TheFilmSchool. For more of her writing, check out WriterWithAShotgun.com.
“They have been doing our social networking for about a year so far. They know that business cold, do a lot of research, put things up all the time, and are self-motivated, prompt, professional and courteous. I am very, very impressed. So much so that I also hired them to do the marketing for TheFilmSchool and to do all the same for another business I am a principle in, working for my television show The Artist Toolbox at MogaJacobsen Productions. Really, hire them – they are great.”
Executive Director, TheFilmSchool
Host The Artist Toolbox (PBS)