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Quotable: a Female Millennial Entrepreneur Podcast

The show made for and by Female Millennial Entrepreneurs, that talks about how to create and market your next endeavor, and gives you the opportunity to learn from others who are doing it too.Find more info at www.quotablemediaco.com/podcast

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Episode 22: Jessie Wyman on How to Start a Photography Business & How to Use Photography in Yours

Have you ever thought of starting a photography business or do you need photography for your business? If you are thinking of starting a photography business, use social media, have a website, or would like great photos for your products or service then you don’t want to miss this episode! Jessie Wyman from Jessie Wyman Photography is joining me today to discuss all things photography. Find out how she turned her photography hobby into a business all while working a corporate job. She gives advice on how to start a photography biz as well as when someone should hire a professional photographer or do it yourself. She even provides tips and tricks on how to get great photos by using your phone. You will find great business advice from this true female millennial entrepreneur! Thanks so much for listening! To sign up for Jessie’s webinar on flatlay photography use this link: https://events.genndi.com/register/819005285141054071/169abdbfcf Date: Thursday November 14th Time: 2PM EST Connect with Jessie and find her photography tutorials on Instagram @jessiewymanphotos. She is also on Facebook at Jessie Wyman Photography. You can find and connect with me @pollinapr and https://www.pollinapr.com/. For any show ideas or to submit a guest to the podcast, please visit https://www.pollinapr.com/podcast/.

48mins

6 Nov 2019

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Episode 18: Laura Bartlett on Starting a Print Travel Magazine & How the Publishing Industry Is Making a Comeback

Join me as I welcome Laura Bartlett to the podcast! She is the founder of House of Coco, a luxury print travel magazine, and is also head of editorial for BossBabe, the #1 platform for ambitious females around the world. Laura tells us all about the ups and downs of how she got started in the publishing world and how she has created a successful print magazine at a time when many have speculated the end of printed publications. You don't want to miss this interview! You can find the most recent issue of House of Coco at www.houseofcoco.net or search "House of Coco" at the App Store or newstand.co.uk. Find out more about BossBabe at www.bossbabe.com. Connect personally with Laura @laurabarlett0. You can find me @pollinapr and www.pollinapr.com. For any show ideas or to submit a guest to the podcast, please visit www.pollinapr.com/podcast.

32mins

9 Oct 2019

Rank #2

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Episode 20: Kate Anderson on Building a Business Through Crowdfunding and the Number 1 Thing That Predicts Success

Today I am joined by Kate Anderson, Co-Founder and Operations Director of iFundWomen. iFundWomen is a fundraising ecosystem for women led start ups and small businesses. Their mission is to close the funding and confidence gap by providing crowdsourcing, coaching, and connections- all designed to help female entrepreneurs start and build better businesses. Kate tells us all about how iFundWomen provides the resources and help that female entrepreneurs need when starting a business and gives many tips and advice on what we can do to use crowdfunding and learning opportunities to build successful businesses. She explains the importance of investing in yourself and your career, and the number one thing that determines if a crowdfunding project will be successful. She also tells us a little about some of the most exciting crowdfunding projects currently on the site. Join us for this great discussion on all things female entrepreneur! Check out the women communities that Kate mentioned: The Wing (https://www.the-wing.com/), Hey Mama (https://heymama.co/), Dreamers and Doers (https://www.dreamersdoers.me/), Chief (https://www.chief.com), The List Connect personally with Kate on Instagram @anderson.kate. Follow iFundWomen on all social media platforms at iFundWomen and you can find more information on their website at https://ifundwomen.com/ and https://www.coaching.ifundwomen.com/. You can find and connect with me @pollinapr and https://www.pollinapr.com/. For any show ideas or to submit a guest to the podcast, please visit https://www.pollinapr.com/podcast/.

39mins

23 Oct 2019

Rank #3

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Episode 16: Chelsea Marrs on Leveraging Her Experience as a Lifestyle Influencer To Start An Agency That Helps Brands & Influencers Connect

Find out how Chelsea Marrs, a popular Instagram influencer @chowdownusa, and Rob Gann, a business manager and attorney, teamed up to to create their own business, Royal Horizon Media. Hear about how they formed a business after seeing the need in this growing influencer industry, what it takes to be an influencer, and how brands can find influencers who are aligned with their goals. Royal Horizon Media provides management to influencers, pairs influencers and brands together, and provides social media consulting. You can find them at www.royalhorizonmedia.com and find Chelsea on Instagram @chowdownusa. You can find me @pollinapr and www.pollinapr.com. For any show ideas or to submit a guest to the podcast, please visit www.pollinapr.com/podcast.

53mins

25 Sep 2019

Rank #4

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Episode 11: Why Do We See Others As More Accomplished Than Us?

Do you ever feel like you put other business owners on a pedestal or think of their accomplishments as so fantastic and interesting, without giving yourself nearly the same kudos even though you do really similar things? Why do we do this? I have no answers for you in this one, just pondering this phenomenon that I keep finding myself in the middle of lately, and would love to hear if you find yourself feeling the same way. Leave a comment on the show post at instagram.com/femalemillennialentrepreneurs with your accomplishments so that you are forced to think about it and admire them as much as you would if it were someone else! Join 'Female Millennial Entrepreneurs, Boston' at the General Assembly event Alessandra is moderating on June 27th, How She Got There: An Evening With Female Entrepreneurs, and come for a drink after! RSVP: generalassemb.ly/education/how-she-got-there-an-evening-with-female-entrepreneurs/boston/77345 Follow The Female Millennial Entrepreneur Podcast: @femalemillennialentrepreneurs Find Alessandra: @pollinapr Submit a question or a guest: pollinapr.com/podcast

21mins

25 Jun 2019

Rank #5

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Episode 10: Steff Pitman on Creating a Lingerie Brand Based on Making Women Feel Good

Steff Pitman created a lingerie brand called Zuela that features a pocket full of crystals in every single piece. Hear about how she started this consumer brand from scratch, how her struggles with anxiety and mental health inspired the brand, and how she navigates running and growing the business despite anxiety. Find Steff at @steffpitman Find Zuela at @_zuela and www.zuela.co.uk Join Steff's Self Love Club: facebook.com/groups/207709023234892 selfloveclub.teachable.com Find Alessandra at @pollinapr and pollinapr.com To submit a guest to the podcast fill out the form at pollinapr.com/podcast

54mins

8 May 2019

Rank #6

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Episode 13: How to Reach Out to Influencers on Behalf of Your Brand

Have you thought of working with an influencer to promote your products or brand but are not sure where to start? Then this episode is for you. You will hear how to use influencers to grow your reach and expand your visibility. I talk through how to research and find influencers, pitch them your brand, and how to work with them to create a mutually beneficial relationship. This episode is sponsored by the Biz Babe Collective. Biz Babe Collective is an online membership for service based female business owners to connect with a group of other supportive women. What you'll get when you join: -access to full directory listing -educational workshops -tech tutorials -virtual co-working sections -accountability support and so much more! Check out Biz Babe Collective at www.bizbabecollective.com and join at bit.ly/2lxvZMr You can find me on Instagram @pollinapr and online at www.pollinapr.com. For any show ideas or to submit a guest to the podcast, please visit www.pollinapr.com/podcast.

29mins

4 Sep 2019

Rank #7

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Episode 19: How to Pitch Podcasts for Promotion

Do you want to expand your reach and get in front of more people who will buy your product or become a client? One great way is to pitch to be a guest on a podcast. There are lots of podcasts out there and many are looking for guest interviews. When you speak on a podcast, you are creating connections to a new audience and positioning yourself as an expert in your field. Think it is too time consuming or don't know where to start? Listen in for the three steps you need to make a powerful pitch. Then, I challenge you to pitch yourself as a guest on a podcast this week! Comment on the instagram post for this episode to let us know your progress at instagram.com/femalemillennialentrepreneurs. You can find me @pollinapr and www.pollinapr.com. For any show ideas or to submit a guest to the podcast, please visit www.pollinapr.com/podcast.

26mins

16 Oct 2019

Rank #8

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Episode 17: The One Thing You Need To Do To Achieve Success

What's the difference between successful people and those who are not yet? Do they have something that others don't? Honestly, it all comes down to one thing- mindset. Obliterate that fear and get where you want to go. Listen to today's episode and you will hear what you can do today to get on equal footing with those who you look up to and see as major successes. You can do this same one thing they did before they were successful. Build your mindset and set yourself up for success. You can find me @pollinapr and www.pollinapr.com. For any show ideas or to submit a guest to the podcast, please visit www.pollinapr.com/podcast.

11mins

2 Oct 2019

Rank #9

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Episode 12: Krysta Lewis of Aisling Organics Cosmetics on Finding a Gap in the Market & Developing a Product to Fill It

In this interview, I am talking to Krysta Lewis about how she started her own high performing, organic cosmetic company called Aisling Organics. Hear about how she started this business right out of college because she saw a need for safe products in the beauty industry. Krysta shares a wealth of wisdom from how she got her first sale, markets her products, doesn't take fear seriously, and finally how she feels compelled to give back to help other female entrepreneurs. You can find Krysta Lewis and her business courses at www.krystalewis.com. Check out her clean cosmetics at www.aislingorganics.com and follow on instagram @aislingorganics. You can also e-mail Krysta at krysta@aislingorganics.com. You can find me @pollinapr and www.pollinapr.com. For any show ideas or to submit a guest to the podcast, please visit www.pollinapr.com/podcast.

58mins

28 Aug 2019

Rank #10

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Episode 21: 3 Ways to Find New Clients

Wouldn't it be great if you could reach potential clients that you would like to work with and let them know what you have to offer and how great it would be to work together? If you are wanting to build a client base, build your business, reach your goals and make more money, then you need to know how to find new clients. In this episode, I am giving you three of the easiest and best ways you can proactively go after securing a new client this week. Whether you are just starting your business or have been in business for a couple of years, these tips can work with you beginning today! Try at least one of these tactics this week and leave a comment on our Instagram post for this episode @femalemillennialentrepreneurs. Let us know your progress, how it works for you, or if you have any questions. Thanks so much for listening! You can find me @pollinapr and www.pollinapr.com. For any show ideas or to submit a guest to the podcast, please visit www.pollinapr.com/podcast.

32mins

30 Oct 2019

Rank #11

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Episode 23: 3 Newsworthy Things You Can Do Before the End of the Year to Get Press Attention

As we head into mid-November, you may feel like there is not enough time left to promote your business with something newsworthy in the media. If you haven’t met your goals or plans for the year, you may feel like it is too late. Let’s not fall into that trap! If PR or getting featured in the media is a goal for you, now may be the best time to do it. Listen in to find out three newsworthy things you can do to create buzz for your business before the end of the year. In this episode, you will hear: -Why now may be the best opportunity for your business to get media attention -What is actually newsworthy that the media can use -Three easy ways to create something newsworthy before the end of the year If you try one or all three of these newsworthy things, you will be jumping right into 2020 with name recognition, google results, and content that you can use on social media and marketing materials. Plus, you will have something to talk about with prospective clients and contacts. Please let me know if you try any of these newsworthy things or if you have any questions! Thanks so much for listening! To sign up for Jessie’s FREE webinar on flatlay photography use this link: https://events.genndi.com/register/819005285141054071/169abdbfcf Date: Thursday November 14th Time: 2PM EST You can also register on her website at https://jessiewymanphotography.com/. If you missed Episode 22: Jessie Wyman on How to Start a Photography Business & How to Use Photography in Yours, go back and listen here https://link.chtbl.com/jessiewyman. You can find and connect with me @pollinapr and https://www.pollinapr.com/. For any show ideas or to submit a guest to the podcast, please visit https://www.pollinapr.com/podcast/.

24mins

13 Nov 2019

Rank #12

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Episode 14: Calle Evans on Starting a Clothing Brand, Self-Producing Garments, & Running a Brand Around Her Lifestyle

Calle Evans is the founder of her self-titled luxury clothing brand. Find out how she started her very own brand making beautiful, customized garments by hand and how she runs her business around her life. She talks with me about how she gets clients and builds her business by not only creating one-of-a-kind designs but also providing her clients with an experience. She also shares how important a support system is and what that looks like for her. This episode is sponsored by Sonya Highfield, founder of Real World Creatives, where she provides intuitive business, mindset, and life coaching. Her unique blend of intuitive, logical, and savvy coaching is a powerful approach to guiding creative women entrepreneurs to take a holistic look at their lives and their businesses. You can find connect with Sonya at www.realworldcreatives.com and her free Facebook group, "The Expansive Women's Network." Find Calle at www.calleevans.com or on Instagram at @calleevans or @callejaeevans You can find me @pollinapr and www.pollinapr.com. For any show ideas or to submit a guest to the podcast, please visit www.pollinapr.com/podcast.

48mins

11 Sep 2019

Rank #13

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Episode 39: Tobi Baker-Daigle and Christine McMackin on Co-Founding Their Dream Beauty Business

I am so excited to welcome Tobi Baker Daigle and Christine McMackin to the podcast! They are owners of New England Skin Center, a local medspa here in the Boston area. What is so unique about them is that they are best friends who decided to start a business together. I can’t wait to have them share their story and their wisdom, but I’m also looking forward to hearing about how they did this together. When it comes to starting and running a business, it sounds like so much fun to have someone right there with you as you go through it, and I know a lot of people wonder what it is like to have a co-founder or how to go about finding one before you start your business. These two have a lot to say on the matter! In this episode, you will hear: -What you need for a successful business partnership -Christine and Tobi’s background and how they decided to join forces and start their business -The one thing they wished they had known before starting their biz and advice for entrepreneurs To find out more about New England Skin Center, visit their website: https://newenglandskincenter.com/ Thanks so much for listening! This episode is sponsored by The Birth Lounge, an online membership driven by evidence-based information and research to help you navigate pregnancy, prepare for birth, and avoid birth trauma! Visit www.thebirthlounge.com to take control of your birth and achieve your ideal labor! For more information follow @tranquilitybyhehe on Instagram! If you have any other tips or ideas, leave a comment under the post for this episode on our Instagram page @femalemillennialentrepreneurs. You can find and connect with me @pollinapr and https://www.pollinapr.com/. For any show ideas, to submit a guest to the podcast, or if you have any questions, please visit https://www.pollinapr.com/podcast/.

47mins

6 May 2020

Rank #14

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Episode 38: How (& Why) to Create a Media Kit for Your Business Right Now

While it feels like many things have been postponed or are being put on hold right now, you can still do things to move your business forward. One of the things you can do during this time is update or create a media kit for your business. There are so many ways to use a media kit- whether it is to pitch to the media or to have a place with all of the important information about your business. Now is a great time to gather all of the information you may have somewhere and put it together in a beautiful document that is ready to share at any time. Listen in to find out what exactly a media kit is and how you can put it together! For all the links and resources mentioned, see the show notes for this episode. SHOW NOTES: https://www.pollinapr.com/episode38/ If you have any other tips or ideas, leave a comment under the post for this episode on our Instagram page @femalemillennialentrepreneurs. You can find and connect with me @pollinapr and https://www.pollinapr.com/. For any show ideas, to submit a guest to the podcast, or if you have any questions, please visit https://www.pollinapr.com/podcast/.

21mins

22 Apr 2020

Rank #15

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Episode 37: Patricia Kelikani on How to Use Video to Grow Your Business

If creating Instagram stories, having Facebook lives, or starting a YouTube channel are some of the things you would like to do to grow your business but are fearful of being on video or are overwhelmed with all the things, tune into today’s episode! Patricia Kelikani is giving us tons of awesome tips to help us feel more comfortable on video and start growing our businesses. Patricia is a filmmaker and videographer who started her own business creating custom videos for businesses and large corporations to help increase their revenue. When she saw the need for small businesses to have access to these foundational skills, she started a new service and created an online course. She helps entrepreneurs grow their own businesses by creating videos. She has a YouTube channel where she posts tutorials and how-to’s. And in today’s episode, she is giving us so many wonderful tips from having videos on our websites to how to feel confident in front of the camera to setting up a video space. Let’s use these amazing tips and start videoing! We want to support you if you do. Please tag us @femalemillenialentrepreneurs if you begin using video to grow your business. In this episode, you will hear: - How and why Patricia started her own business - Tons of tips on how to start videoing for your business- you can start today! - What Patricia wishes she would have known before starting her business and her advice for all of us entrepreneurs Thanks so much for listening! This episode is sponsored by Kristen Reed and her company “Nursing your Way to Wellness” which offers Health & Wellness Nurse Coaching, Reiki therapy, Wellness workshops and more. Find her on Facebook at Nursing Your Way to Wellness and Instagram @NursingYourWaytoWellness or visit Kristen’s website www.NursingYourWaytoWellness.com today to grab your free "Cheat Sheet to Your Healthiest Week." and book your free coaching exploration session! Other resources and links mentioned in this episode: Free Training of Film Yourself Like A Pro On A Phone http://www.lucrativevideos.com/training Patricia’s YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMWIzGot0WpEBYrS9f_LDHw Search “Season of Color” to find your color palette Find the Boya BY-M1 Microphone on Amazon HERE Life on the Line Documentary series on Amazon Prime and PBS If you have any other tips or ideas, leave a comment under the post for this episode on our Instagram page @femalemillennialentrepreneurs. You can find and connect with me @pollinapr and https://www.pollinapr.com/. For any show ideas, to submit a guest to the podcast, or if you have any questions, please visit https://www.pollinapr.com/podcast/.

49mins

8 Apr 2020

Rank #16

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Episode 36: The Confidence Trick- Build Confidence & Achieve Your Goals By Doing This One Thing Each Day

I recorded this before the current situation of COVID-19 and the shutting down of many schools and businesses. I wasn’t sure if I should release this episode but realized that I think it can be helpful for people with what we are dealing with right now. The trick to building confidence in business and life can also help you navigate any anxiety or emotions you might be dealing with- whether you are worried about your family, how this will affect your business, or how you will run your business and home school your children at the same time. This is all about changing your thoughts and mindset and helping create positivity in your life. We could all use more of that right now! Listen in to find out how to use this trick to build confidence in business and life and achieve your goals. In this episode, you will hear: -What I do every morning to set my day up for success -Examples of specific and general ways I use affirmations and ideas to get you started -How this can build your well-being and confidence and help you achieve your goals I hope you’ll find this episode helpful in light of what is going on around us. Hopefully it will make you feel more connected and give you an action to take that will help you feel better. I hope that you and your loved ones are healthy and safe. If you have any other tips or ideas, leave a comment under the post for this episode on our Instagram page @femalemillennialentrepreneurs. You can find and connect with me @pollinapr and www.pollinapr.com. For any show ideas, to submit a guest to the podcast, or if you have any questions, please visit www.pollinapr.com/podcast.

17mins

25 Mar 2020

Rank #17

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Episode 35: Elizabeth Hallgren on Health Care Options for Entrepreneurs and Opening a Direct Primary Care Clinic

If access to health insurance is a barrier to you starting your business or if your health insurance costs are high, then you must listen to today’s episode! Elizabeth Hallgren is the Co-founder and CEO of Mission Direct Primary Care which is a membership based family medicine clinic that does not take or bill health insurance. Instead they provide the highest quality primary care for a monthly membership fee. Her company is based on the Direct Primary Care model which has been around for 10 years. The notion that we only have access to health care if we have insurance is just not true. Elizabeth walks us through how to evaluate our health care needs to determine the best fit for our health and our wallet! Elizabeth and her husband, John, started their business last year because they really wanted to bring back the doctor/patient relationships which are shown to keep people healthier and have better health outcomes. Elizabeth’s background is in entrepreneurship and marketing/consulting while her husband is a family practice physician who just recently retired from the Air Force. They are teaming up to provide meaningful relationships between patient and doctor, access to a doctor when needed, and maximize the value received for health care dollars. In this episode, you will hear: -How and why Elizabeth and John started their business, Mission Direct Primary Care -What Direct Primary Care is and how it could be an answer to helping entrepreneurs start their businesses without worrying about health insurance -What Elizabeth’s biggest barrier is to growing their business and her advice for entrepreneurs Thanks so much for listening! Other resources and links mentioned in this episode: Blog about comparing health coverage options https://missiondirectprimarycare.com/comparing-health-insurance-in-2020/ Find a direct primary care doctor in your area https://mapper.dpcfrontier.com/ To connect with Elizabeth and Mission Direct Primary Care https://www.facebook.com/MissionDirectPrimaryCare https://www.instagram.com/missiondirectprimarycare/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/elizabethhallgren/ If you have any other tips or ideas, leave a comment under the post for this episode on our Instagram page @femalemillennialentrepreneurs. You can find and connect with me @pollinapr and https://www.pollinapr.com/. For any show ideas, to submit a guest to the podcast, or if you have any questions, please visit https://www.pollinapr.com/podcast/.

46mins

11 Mar 2020

Rank #18

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Episode 33: Christina Orso on Starting a Digital Marketing Business

Have you ever wondered if the work you are doing at your 9-5 could translate into your own business? Today’s guest, Christina Orso, was able to do it and she shares all of her experience of how she became an entrepreneur and started her own digital marketing company. While working her 9-5, Christina began blogging and quickly became an award-winning blogger and influencer. She used this experience and learned how to apply it to marketing a business. Before long her boss and mentor encouraged her to go out on her own.. She shares her hesitation and worries about starting her own business as well as the steps she took to overcome them. Christina now has a thriving and growing business after only a year and a half! In this episode, you will hear: -How Christina took her experience as an influencer and really learned to apply it to a business -Her take on social media and why being real and authentic helper her connect with people and build her business -What the beginning stages of her business looked like and the advice she has for other entrepreneurs Thanks so much for listening! Other resources and links mentioned in this episode: https://christinaorso.com/ Connect with Christina on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter @christinaorso Read her upcoming articles in https://diningplaybook.com/ http://www.hungrymeetshealthy.com/ If you have any other tips or ideas, leave a comment under the post for this episode on our Instagram page @femalemillennialentrepreneurs. You can find and connect with me @pollinapr and https://www.pollinapr.com/. For any show ideas, to submit a guest to the podcast, or if you have any questions, please visit https://www.pollinapr.com/podcast/.

50mins

12 Feb 2020

Rank #19

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Episode 32: One Year Anniversary of the FME Podcast! Special Q&A Episode

Today we are celebrating the one year anniversary of this podcast- and my birthday! One of my goal’s last year was to start this podcast for my birthday and now it has been a year- it is hard to believe. It has been so much fun and I have enjoyed watching the listenership grow and really love reading the reviews. Please continue to leave reviews- that would be a great birthday gift! In celebration of the anniversary, I am recording a casual episode that is behind the scenes and answering some questions submitted through Instagram and my local Female Millennial Entrepreneur Facebook group. Many of you know that I am in PR and so I spend my days getting other people out in the spotlight and I don’t usually do much of it myself. Well, today, I am! In this episode, you will hear: -How I got started in PR -Why and how I started the Female Millennial Entrepreneur Boston meet-ups and eventually this podcast -Answers to your PR questions like “What are some of the biggest misconceptions of PR?” Thanks so much for listening! If you have any other tips or ideas, leave a comment under the post for this episode on our Instagram page @femalemillennialentrepreneurs. You can find and connect with me @pollinapr and https://www.pollinapr.com/. For any show ideas, to submit a guest to the podcast, or if you have any questions, please visit https://www.pollinapr.com/podcast/.

44mins

5 Feb 2020

Rank #20