Full name?: Stalking Gia
Position / Job title?: Artist / Songwriter
When you were a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up? I knew exactly what I wanted out of life from an early age, in a way that immediately made me an outcast. I never dreamt up an unrealistic job title, I’ve always set forth in the motion that I was to be a songwriter.
Fast-forward several years/decades. How did you land (or create) your current position? Persistence is everything. You have to know in life that there are people that are going to
We all know that hiring a PR firm can be expensive. If you’re a start up or a small business you might not know if it is worth the money. And while I always recommend PR if you can afford it, I can still offer a few tips to gain media attention on your own.
This is one of the easiest and most straight forward ways to get media attention mainly because you don’t have to come up with a story idea. The event itself is the story. Also, when writing your pitch you can just use the details
Full name?: Matana LePlae
Position / Job title?: CEO, HiLovely & Lashfully
Why did you seek out this particular job / start your company? I’ve always had an entrepreneurial spirit in working at advertising agencies and finally took the plunge (almost 5 years ago) to start a beauty company that was more in-tune to how women live today. I was searching for an opportunity where I could build a brand and experience from scratch.
How has life changed (hopefully for the better Read More
I am terrible when it comes to money. My parents are great. They save, they plan ahead, they live within their means… Not to mention both of them are CPAs. In the past I have made little to no effort at these things, but I do take them into consideration more and more as I get older.
When it comes to my spending habits I’m very aware of the areas I need to cut back on: meals out, Starbucks coffee or that extra pair of shoes. And while being aware has helped me take steps (fancy steps, I might add,
Full name?: Franki Love
Position / Job title?: Singer/Songwriter/Pianist
1. When you were a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up? I had NO IDEA. All I knew is that I wanted to do something that would be fun and meaningful and that would inspire others.
2. Fastforward several years/decades. How did you land (or create) your current position? It was serendipitous events that brought me to making music, my career.
3. Did you have to take on internships to get there? How important
Let me caution you first. This blog post is going to be more of rant than anything else. Mostly because I have been thinking about this a lot: What does success look like to me? It is a tough question.
A few years ago, if you asked me what I would need to achieve to consider myself successful, I could have answered right away. My life would look something like this: nationally recognized in the business community, making lots of money, traveling the world for business. I wanted a fast paced, exciting life. What was missing from the picture? All
While it may vary from business to business and industry to industry, these days the age of social media has turned the leaders of companies into a brand in and of themselves. Social media has not only allowed for businesses to get more personal, but it has opened up direct interaction between business leaders and customers. In recent years the public has eaten this up, loving the opportunity to get an inside peak at companies, see what’s going on behind the scenes and feel more involved with the products they love. But it can get confusing when the lines between
Full name: Diana Espir
Position / Job title?: Recording Artist & Performer
1. When you were a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up? I started my singing career at the age of 15 so I already knew I wanted to be a singer since a young age but honestly, I thought of it as a temporary occupation and never once imagined I would be lucky enough to carry on until now and have all the opportunities that have been offered to me.
So my PR agency, fifteen media, is launching a few new workshops for 2015! I couldn’t be more excited to expand this part of my business, especially because these workshops are my favorite part of what I do. It also goes back to my resolution of doing more of what I’m good at, and less of what I’m not.
FOR PR FIRMS
We now offer team pitch training for PR firms, the kind that helps whip clients and products into irresistible stories. This is a great workshop for the new publicist and a refresher for those who are more seasoned.
The end of last year I was hard at work putting the final touches on the program for Glamtreprenuer’s “Biz Glam” pop up workshops, the goal of which is to get girls excited about entrepreneurship from a young age. It’s been an awesome, interesting journey and we are finally ready to unveil it!
If you are interested in hosting a Biz Glam pop up, we can do it in one of two ways. You can hire us to work directly with your organization, or you can purchase the curriculum online.