Brian Salle founded The Salle Group in 2015. He proposed the idea after being dissatisfied with the lack of online marketing resources available for ordinary business owners. With 40 combined years of business experience, the Salle Group facilitates web design and online marketing techniques in a time where it is most needed.
New services open to small firms include information technology support and web development. Additional features may also range from integrated SEO to a custom-built online store, complete with a landing page. The Salle Group promises to deliver pure quality design solutions with its expertise in multiple programming languages.
Brian Salle is also the founder of Highland Legacy Farms as well as Principal Director of IT at Florida Property Network.
Brian Salle’s wife Karen is the founder of real estate developer, Blackpoint. In January 2018, Southern Avery County was granted access to the high-speed network through the collaborations of Blackpoint at Linville Falls and SkyLine, a telecommunications firm.
The project’s tasks included the installation of 12 miles of high-speed fiber-optic. Blackpoint contributed around $350,000 for the groundwork construction. SkyLine was responsible for covering the rest of the cost. In terms of high-speed connection in the High County, SkyLine is unmatched. SkyLine’s company reaches into communities such as Avery, Watauga, and Johnson counties.
The places in need of service are rural areas, most notably in the Appalachia. Nearly 35 percent of Avery residents lacked high-speed internet.
Installation is necessary for the local economy to run better. In this day and age, paper job applications are constantly being replaced by online applications, and that is something that Blackpoint and SkyLine understand. The same thing could be said about the current educational system, requiring students to complete assignments with a mouse and keyboard. Karen Salle mentioned the necessity of high-speed internet, saying it was “absolutely vital to our community’s success.”