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Women Presidents’ Organization Names Marta Mitchell Newest Member

July 2017

Marta Mitchell Interior Designer

Women Presidents’ Organization, a peer advisory group for million-dollar-plus women-led companies, has named Marta Mitchell of Marta Mitchell Interior Design as its newest member of the Greensboro chapter. Requirements for membership in the organization include annual revenue of at least $2 million ($1 million for service-based companies) and an ownership interest in the company.

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Marta Mitchell Featured in Rotary Club Newsletter

March 2017

Marta Mitchell Featured in Rotary Club Newsletter

Marta Mitchell joined the Greensboro Rotary Club in August 2016. She is featured in the most recent Rotary Club newsletter which highlights the growth of Marta Mitchell Interior Design, the interior design business she founded. Highlights also include the recent expansion and move of the offices to State Street in Greensboro, and Marta’s recognition as one of the Business Journal’s list of Women to Watch.

 

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MMID selected as Featured Designer by WeLivv

February 2017

Marta Mitchell Interior Design Featured in WeLivv

WeLivv is a publication that is committed to offering the best in modern and contemporary home design. They select the best designers from across the world who share their standard of aesthetic and quality. WeLivv articulates their story and brings it to the world in a way that conveys their inspiration, processes, as well as the impact they are having on design through the most interesting spaces that their products help beautify.

 

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Marta Mitchell inducted into Greensboro Rotary Club

8/17/2016

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The Greensboro Rotary Club inducted Marta Mitchell in a ceremony on Wednesday.

The Club was formed in 1917, twelve years from the founding of the first Rotary Club.In her introduction, it was highlighted that in high school, Marta had been selected as a Rotary Exchange Student and had spent a year studying in New York.

Apart from her successful Interior Design Business, Marta has also served actively in the community.




Marta Mitchell wins Triad Business Journal 2015 Women in Business Award

April 2015

Triad Business Journal - Women in Business
The Triad Business Journal — along with sponsor First Community Bank — held the Women in Business Expo and Awards Luncheon on April 24 at the Greensboro-High Point Airport Marriott, to honor the top women business leaders in the region. Marta Mitchell was selected as a winner of the 2015 Women in Business Award!

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Marta Mitchell participates in Triad Bizwomen Mentoring Monday 2015

April 2015

Triad Business Journal - Women in Business
Marta Mitchell recently participated in the Triad Business Journal’s ‘Mentoring Monday’ event, providing one-on-one coaching, guidance and insight to attendees.




 

MMID featured in British Publication by Fabric Supplier

March 2015

Marta Mitchell featured on TerrysFabrics
Marta Mitchell Interior Design was recently featured on Terry’s Fabric and Curtain Warehouse, a major British supplier of interior design products and accessories.

In this brief interview, Marta opens up about her unique style, creative process, and more.

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Greensboro Townhome Gets Makeover from Bland to Kablam

February 2012 News & Record

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From the street it looks like an average upscale townhouse. But the ultimate clubhouse lies just beyond the front door, with a home theater, Tiki patio bar and upstairs game room beneath a vast cathedral ceiling.

Interior designer Marta Mitchell worked with Gary Jobe Builder and Griffin Renovations to radically rework the Lake Jeanette home.

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Area Interior Designer Wins Regional Award

October 2012 Triad Homes

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From the street it looks like an average upscale townhouse. But the ultimate clubhouse lies just beyond the front door, with a home theater, Tiki patio bar and upstairs game room beneath a vast cathedral ceiling.

Interior designer Marta Mitchell worked with Gary Jobe Builder and Griffin Renovations to radically rework the Lake Jeanette home.

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