CoCommercial Is The Business Association For The New Economy

We know building a business online can be lonely. More than that, when you’re not connected to others who take business as seriously as you do, you miss out on opportunities, time-saving information, and the support you need to succeed.

It’s tempting to think that your next step is a Google search, an expensive course, or a free challenge away.

But we find it’s always a conversation away.

When you have real, honest conversations with people who are on the same journey as you–some ahead, some further behind–you can dramatically shorten the amount of time it takes you to decide on your next step and make it happen.

When you’re making decisions and making things happen, you’re making more money.


Welcome To The New Economy

You’re a key member of our collective future. You’re reinventing your livelihood and crafting new ways of creating value for your community.

You are the New Economy.

The New Economy represents a dramatic shift to a decentralized system of commerce. Individuals and small businesses have more power than ever before to create meaningful, ethical, and impactful businesses.

Whether it’s in coaching, consulting, ecommerce, design, education, or any of the other industries benefiting from this shift, your business is part of this revolutionary movement.

Our goal at CoCommercial is to support the movers and shakers of the New Economy–turning today’s small businesses into tomorrow’s economic powerhouses.

Tara Gentile

Tara Gentile

Founder & CEO

Tara Gentile is the founder of CoCommercial. She’s also the host of Profit. Power. Pursuit., a podcast that takes you behind the scenes of successful small businesses. Entrepreneur named it one of 24 top women-hosted podcasts for business owners.

She’s the creator of Quiet Power Strategy®, a business design system that helps you break through the inevitable earning plateau, and a bestselling Money & Life instructor on CreativeLive. Tara’s work has been featured in Fast Company, Inc, DailyWorth, Forbes, and The Huffington Post.

Rosie Nevius

Rosie Nevius

Operations Advocate

Rosie Nevius was a small business owner for over 25 years–first as a seamstress, then as a designer, and finally as a digital business caretaker–before Tara convinced her to join the team. Now, Rosie ensures that visions turn into goals and goals turn into plans.

She works directly with our team to make sure the business is running smoothly and that benchmarks are being met. Rosie loves Asana, P&L reports, cats, and her husband, John.


Marty Seefeldt

Marty Seefeldt

Customer Success Advocate

Marty Seefeldt handles our customer support, experience, and success. He ensures everyone has what they need and that getting it is as easy as possible. He also makes all of our technology run, researches more streamlined solutions, and fixes things when they break. In other words, Marty is indispensable.

When he’s not working at CoCommercial, he’s a digital artist and game maker.


Brigitte Lyons

Brigitte Lyons

Growth Advocate

Brigitte Lyons is a messaging & media strategist and is managing all of our growth operations here at CoCommercial. She helps ensure that our community is full of serious, ambitious, and fun small business owners. She’s also the founder of B: The Forward-Thinking PR Agency.

Brigitte and her team handle our messaging, publicity, advertising, and social media outreach as well as finding special ways to grow from the inside out.


Shannon Paris

Shannon Paris

Community Advocate

Shannon Paris manages community development and makes sure every member knows where to go to get what they need. Before coming to CoCommercial, Shannon worked with artisans and business owners in the world of fair trade. She’s passionate about telling stories about the amazing things entrepreneurs achieve every day.

When she’s not at CoCommercial, she’s singing and playing the ukelele all around Lancaster, PA.



Our Members

CoCommercial wouldn’t be what it is without you. Our members are an integral part of our team–and they’re our inspiration for everything we do. They’re coaches, consultants, educators, doctors, therapists, designers, makers, and founders of all sorts.

They take business as seriously as you do and they’re working to transform the communities they love.