Film Company Graduates from Business Incubator
ThatsHowItsDone Productions, an award-winning full-service video production and creative agency began by 18-year-old Director Alex Moy and his family, has graduated from the CEP’s Power Plant Business Incubator.
The company has just expanded into a larger studio space located at 1321 SE 25th Loop Suite 101 Ocala, FL 34471. Alex and his mother Natalia have now grown the company to a total of 10 employees.
“We are proud to have been a small part of ThatsHowItsDone Production’s success story, and in particular to have witnessed the emergence of an outstanding up-and-coming film director, Alex Moy” said Ryan Lilly, CEP Director of Business Creation. “We are also excited to see they have grown their employment. Job creation is a primary objective of our business incubation efforts.”
Alex Moy, Director of Production at THID said, “We are incredibly grateful to our community for embracing THID and allowing us many opportunities to represent our clients. We have had great results with our projects and look forward to continue to grow and bring innovative ideas that produce results.”
“Our clients look for creative marketing ideas to stand out and expand their brand, we fulfill this need with passion and ingenuity guiding us through our core values, two of which are; Work Hard and Have Fun. We are certain to deliver results, taking the burden off of our clients in the marketing process. And we are extremely grateful to everyone for all their support in believing is us,” said Natalia Moy, CEO of THID.
The Power Plant Business Incubator (PPBI), a Business Creation Initiative of the CEP, is made possible through a partnership with the City of Ocala and Marion County. The PPBI provides a host of support services to ensure innovative and scalable companies a better chance at success. For more information on the Power Plant Business Incubator, or any Business Creation initiative of the CEP, contact Ryan Lilly at Ryan@OcalaCEP.com or call 352-629-8051 x 125.
The Ocala/Marion County Chamber and Economic Partnership (CEP) was created to be a one-stop hub for the community’s business attraction, creation and retention efforts. The CEP’s mission is to be THE catalyst for a prosperous community. The CEP will drive community transformation and strengthen business through an aggressive and forward looking approach. The CEP will bring together all economic development forces to ensure that Marion County will be a vibrant community with a stable, diversified economy. For more information, visit: www.OcalaCEP.com.