Three Classes at GU-Appleton Team Up to Help New London Cattle Company

Students from three Globe University-Appleton classes are teaming up and working hard this quarter to help a local small business build their presence on the internet. The Small Business Management and Internet Marketing classes, led by Business Chair Alisa Disalvo, as well as the Applied Ethics class, led by Service Learning Coordinator Amanda Loewen, are working with Duch Cattle Company to update their Facebook page and company website.

Students in three classes are helping the Duch Cattle Company with their internet presence.

The Internet Marketing Class is responsible for building awareness on Facebook and social media. The Small Business Management class is working on the company’s website. Meanwhile, the Applied Ethics class is assisting the company with its educational section of the website, helping them showcase their knowledge of the ethical treatment of the cattle and providing ethical blogging education. The Duch Cattle Company is a family-run business that raises and sells show cattle. Buyers of these cattle typically go to show the cattle in 4-H shows and other competitions.

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