Dear fellow female entrepreneur,
In Becoming Memorable: The Female Entrepreneurs Guide to Public Relations, I share my personal tips with you to help you get started with your own PR strategy. I want to help you on your journey to becoming memorable as a successful female entrepreneur.
In 2012, I took the leap into the exciting world of entrepreneurship.
I'm the President of Pink Pearl PR, Founder of Fempreneur and Blogger at Empress Avenue.
I’m also the Chief Executive Officer of American Women in Public Relations and Canadian Women in Public Relations, an organization that brings together women in media and public relations.
As someone that has been in your shoes as a female entrepreneur, I can relate to the challenges that you are facing.
You might be facing a major challenge when it comes to public relations and that's where to get started!
You understand how to run your business and you know how to drive sales, but you don't have the connections or the time to create some press for your business.
When PR is done right it can help your brand attract customers, coveted media attention and help you get business funding if that's your end goal.
If you don't have a big budget, don't let that discourage you because you can still come up with some creative ways to move your brand into the media spotlight.
Whether you are a big business or a small start-up, it might seem like everyone is getting into the media spotlight and making their mark online.
You want a big PR splash, but if you do it wrong, it can be detrimental to your image.
You have ambitious launch goals and you want your piece of the marketplace, but you need a well-planned brand strategy.
You have created an amazing new product or service and you know it’s going to make a difference for your customers – they just don’t know it yet.
Launching a new brand with impact is one of the most critical business decisions you can make.
Do not make the mistake of missing the key opportunities that help your brand stand out and become memorable.
Learn my public relations strategies for female entrepreneurs in this guide.
x - Talia