Diamonds and Whiskey - Jenny Lauren Webb - Alt-Country w/ a Swampy Rock Twist
Top Hill Recording Podcast
Jenny Webb and her band, Diamonds and Whiskey, have seen their popularity soar recently with the release of Heartbreak Queen. With rave reviews and airplay across the globe, Nashville Music Guide called Heartbreak Queen the best rocking country album of the year. Diamonds and Whiskey can be described as alt-country with a swampy rock twist.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tophillrecording/support
How to avoid being the last Outdoor Retail Brand out of a reps bag with Lauren Webb [EP 213]
The Outdoor Biz Podcast
After 12 years in the Outdoor Retail Industry as a jack of all trades at retail, these days Lauren Webb of Bullish Endurance develops Creative Solutions for brands that are often last out of the bag. Facebook Twitter InstagramThe Outdoor Biz Podcast Please give us a rating and review HERE Show Notes “The current sales model is broken. It really hasn't adapted. And small outdoor retail brands are always last out of the bag if even mentioned at all. So many traditional sales reps are based on schedule and ROI and that's why a lot of these brands just really never get a chance” - Lauren Web, Bullish Endurance Bullish Endurance describes their solution for last out of the bag Outdoor Retail Brands. We work with small outdoor retail brands on their marketing and sales solutions. There are so many great companies, that really don't have the bandwidth or the budget to be able to have an in-house sales team or a big marketing campaign budget. We're here to share their story and fill that role. We work with the Outdoor Retail brands to come with campaigns and activities to execute. We attend outdoor retail events, consumer events, it just really depends. Every company is different and everywhere they see their customer is different, whether it's a consumer or retailers. So we just really get to know the customer and how best to give them their best return on investment. How do you create and execute a solution for a last out of the bag Outdoor Retail Brand? We communicate. They know what we do best and they know what they do best. And by collaborating and getting to know what and where their best return on investment is we build a solution for the customer that fits their needs. Maybe they need exposure in a certain area. For example a lot of the West Coast outdoor retail brands that maybe you and I have relationships with because we were based on the West coast but in the Southeast, nobody's ever heard of them. What kind of Outdoor Retail Brand Solutions do you create? Is it different per brand, different per shop? Is it all Bespoke stuff? Things like going to outdoor retail events for some lead generation at a trade show that they may be interested in, but don't have the support staff to be able to do that. Or attending consumer events to build the brand and engage with their direct to consumer. Maybe it's a little bit more of a tactical brand that's looking for some connection with some outdoor retailers because, you know, we have great retail and event partners nationwide. Tt just really depends on the company. Some companies prefer the traditional retail model, some are happy working with distributors and the distribution model. So we basically connect them with partners and increase exposures. We just do it all. What are some of the results you've achieved for Outdoor Retail Brands and Retailers? Increased sales and we've been able to showcase great outdoor retail brands that make sense for our retailers. We're able to share their story. And I think that that's the biggest thing. There are so many brands that retailers might have seen through Instagram or on social. So we're able to connect those partners. What has been the response from Outdoor Shops and Brands? The biggest thing is that brands are just looking for a solution. This is what has really resonated. Outdoor Retail stores want to hear about any product or a new approach, as long as it's cost-effective and has a customer for them. Since we're compensated by the solution package and not necessarily going in with a bag of 15 lines and maybe we get into the last few, the retailer isn't constantly being sold. We're working on whatever solution works best for them. So a better relationship is being formed through the retailer and the brand and our agency. This collaboration being formed. At the end of the day creating collaboration between small brands and retailers is the overall solution. That’s great! How can folks follow up with you? You can check out our website at www.bullishendurance.com or contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org Other things we talked about Zoic Clothing Lizard Skins Moon Sports USA Huma Gel Orange Seal Afton Shoes Favorite Gear under $100 Zoic Piper Jersey Moon Sports Headlamp Subscribe HERE to The Outdoor Biz Podcast and get every episode delivered right to your inbox.
Mark, his cousin Lauren Webb (29) and his son Eddie (15) talk about isolation from their points of view..
As always I remain deeply inspired by the generation Zs and Millenials. Well, the ones that have their heads screwed on anyway.At just under 50 I've seen a lot, done a lot and lived with as much spirit as possible. It's not the same for these guys though. For each of them, within their agegroups time is moving more slowly and what's happening in the world is the sum of all medical fears.They have every right to be terrified, but they are not...
In this weeks episode of The Path To Success Ruth talks to PR and marketing expert Lauren Webb. Lauren Webb is the Founder and Director of Evoke Media a digital marketing and influencer agency. Evoke Media partners with CEOs and executives through to start-ups and small businesses, to drive brand recognition and interaction across multiple channels. After spending over a decade working in PR and marketing for in Europe and North America for global brands and disruptive start-ups, Lauren knows what truly drives influence, engaged audiences and New York Times interviews—and it’s not implementing the latest social media hack or tactic of the week. It’s about create authentic stories across a variety of communication platforms to evoke a positive emotional reaction to connect with the hearts and minds of the people you’re trying to reach. Lauren has landed coverage in print and broadcast outlets around the world, including the The Times, The BBC, Associated Press, Bloomberg and The Telegraph. Outside of work Lauren’s life is equally energetic as a mum to twin 4-year old boys and a 18-month girl. She is also a keen runner and snowboarder. Where you can find Lauren LinkedIn - linkedin.com/in/iamlaurenwebb Instagram - @iamlaurenwebb – personal and @evokemedialtd – company About the host... Ruth Kudzi is a business mentor and mindset coach who specialises in working with coaches, consultants and service based business owners to help them grow their businesses by working on their strategy and mindset. She is a best selling author, international speaker and respected podcaster who has worked with 1000s of clients worldwide. She helps her clients build the businesses that they want to by getting clear on who they are, what they love and creating a business model that reflects their skills, experience and preferences. Join Ruth's free Facebook group 'Scale Successfully' focused on coaches, consultants and small business owners who have ambition to scale in 2020. https://www.facebook.com/groups/scalesuccessfullyRK/ Path To Success is sponsored by Build My Gift https://www.buildmygift.com/ Build My Gift was created out of a need for bespoke gifts that are beautifully wrapped to be unravelled with grace. We have always loved the art of gifting and we take pride in creating custom curations for our family, friends and colleagues. But working in an entrepreneurial setting and corporate environment, respectively, often left us with little time to roam store-to-store or browse site-to-site to locate a perfect, yet personal gift. Together we thought, wouldn’t it be wonderful if a choice of gifts could be in one place, ready for our next expression of emotion or to celebrate that upcoming special occasion… from here, the idea of Build My Gift was born. We now venture from store-to-store and travel from site-to-site, carefully selecting high-end items from luxury brands, so you can build a unique gift for all occasions in 3 simple steps. Going one stride further (so you don’t have to) we can deliver an elegantly wrapped gift straight to your fortunate recipients’ door. Quote RUTHKUDZI when ordering to receive a 10% discount on all orders.
#26 Lauren Webb (@evokemedialtd), 'Influencer Marketing Across the Pond'
Women in Influencer Marketing
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Breaking Barriers with Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steakhouse Wine Director Lauren Webb
The Culinati Podcast
On this episode, Holly talked Level 1 sommelier and Wine Director at Orlando's Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steakhouse, Lauren Webb. They discuss the changing attitudes toward wine, how to become a sommelier, wine pairing basics, how to read a wine list, and what it's like to be a young, vibrant woman in a largely male-dominated industry. Subscribe for more thought-provoking discussions with today's culinary tastemakers!