At 30 Naomi Findlay renovated her career, moving from a role in the medical science education space to founding two creative businesses. Stay tuned for the big reveal. This post continues our series where we ask business leaders for their insights and lessons learned on their success journey.
Welcome to our founder series. Twice a month we will interview the founders of businesses, NFPs and charities who impress us, and we know will impress you too. First up is Colin Anson, digital entrepreneur and co-founder of pixevety.
Recently, Authority Magazine reached out to Pure Public Relations’ founder Phoebe Netto to find out how we can create more space in our lives, to allow for more quality time with our children. Here, Phoebe shares five key strategies to keep your various plates spinning.
While I never thought I’d be quoting Justin Bieber, it seems to be the theme of a handful of public figures and prominent businesses of late: “Is it too late now to say sorry?”
There’s more to media coverage than 15 minutes of fame. Here are five ways to boost your credibility and extend your marketing for a long time to come.
How do you deal with positive media coverage? If you have a little celebration, you’re not alone. But what if you could turn that little celebration into a lasting influence?
The Golden Rule states that you should treat others as you want to be treated, but overlooks the fact that other people may not want to be treated the same way.
The days of ‘a product so good it markets itself’ are gone. In a world where the most sought-after currency is not money but attention, passive selling is no longer an option for any organisation, big or small.