Spotlight on Business: Cooper Creative Group

Cooper Creative Group has been operating in the Hopewell Valley area for more than 8 years. Ewing native and CEO Sara Cooper, started Cooper Creative as a way to tap into her love of connecting and interacting with people and her love of sales by providing online advertising expertise and business strategies.

Forming relationships with her clients and with the community are the bedrock for the success for Cooper Creative Group, which specializes in online presence and marketing by targeting potential markets and clients.

A Boston University graduate with a banking background, Cooper is able to decipher and discover her clients’ needs allowing clients to increase profitability in ways they may not have considered  and helping small businesses see the bigger picture. .

“We’re cutting-edge — but more. We’re also tapping into old and new marketing techniques to broaden the reach of our clients, raising the profile and accessibility of their products and services. It’s about relationships,” Cooper continued, “and making our services more than a commodity.”

Cooper Creative Group is not Cooper’s first foray into the business community here in Hopewell Valley. Leaving the corporate world for one of her passions, culinary arts, she worked in a catering and event planning business (“4 Girls Catering”) with Pennington’s own Beverly Mills and three other partners.

Cooper’s commitment to the Hopewell Valley community is evident in the the variety of clients the group serves. Eye doctors, audiologists, heating and refrigeration companies, day spas and non-profits display the versatility of Cooper Creative Group, as they create custom strategies for each company to present itself and its products and/or services confidently to the public. This love for Hopewell Valley led her to not only live here but to put down her entrepreneurial roots, helping others in the Valley find success in their business ventures.  

An early advertiser with MercerMe, Cooper Creative Group is dedicated to supporting area businesses and initiatives. “We have been a MercerMe supporter from day-one,” said Cooper. “It provides the local news we so badly need and connects local advertisers with the community through online advertising.”

When asked what she loves most about Hopewell Valley, Cooper said, “The feeling of connection and authenticity. This area is like a big, small town. I am a hometown girl and I am proud of being from this area.”

Cooper Creative Group, 3 State Park Drive, Titusville, NJ 08560 and online at: Please consider supporting local businesses like MercerMe, Cooper Creative Group, and many others in our community.

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Renata Barnes
Renata is the author of "The Taste Chase," MercerMe's own food review column. She's a lover of all things poetic, colorful, funny and inspiring. A native New Yorker, who grew up in Hopewell Valley and spent the better part of her adulthood back in NYC, currently finds herself in a growing love relationship with “the Valley”. Latin food, Indian saris and mehndi, French perfume, African music, Middle Eastern spices, South American jewels, Asian fabrics and anything from just about any island (maybe not Riker’s Island) are things that remind her to go out and taste the world, live passionately and always wear deodorant. The mother of one rambunctious boy and the wife of a mellow fellow, Renata tries to put her too many years of university and her film and writing talents to good use here in NJ. “I’ve spent too much time trying to fit in some where when I probably belong everywhere. That slow revelation has been freeing.”

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