Marcus Hall’s entrepreneurial journey can be described as anything but conventional. A visionary of his work and of his desired brand, Marcus worked for years developing Marc Nelson Denim into a widely known and respected name – not only in the Knoxville, Tennessee, area where he grew up, but also as an emerging nameplate in the fashion industry. But then it all came crashing down in sudden crisis.
Q4 is “Strategic Planning Season” for many companies and organizations in ramp-up to the next calendar year. Comprehending the drivers of relationship-building success starts with differentiating true PR strategy from mere tactics.
Mark Weaver started his marketing career as a blogger, photographer and social media influencer in the motorcycle industry. He moved to Knoxville, TN, from Louisville, KY, where he created digital marketing content for GE Appliances. He has a BA from Purdue University in Communications with Minors in Computer Technology and Organizational Leadership & Supervision.
Kelly and Mary Beth stir up some potential heat with this episode, taking to task the growing trend of brands (and their PR / marketing departments and even CEOs) adopting and pushing social debates and hotly contested political issues . . . all on the advice of some PR firms that may (or may not) be properly guiding their clients or otherwise offering up an inappropriate one-size-fits-all approach.
With offices in Knoxville and Atlanta, Fletcher Marketing PR announced today the launch of the “MsInterPReted” podcast, a new digital offering from the public relations firm to help demystify PR issues, trends and related topics for strategic communicators as well as executives in other disciplines who wish to grow their businesses or develop their organizations.
Tips, Public Speaking, Reporting, Communications, MarketingPR, In the News, public relations, influencer, social media, influencer marketing, podcast, kelly fletcher, mary beth west, PR News, Ms. Interpreted
The holidays are a time of joy and cheer, and during the “most wonderful time of the year” our team at Fletcher Marketing PR reflects on our clients’ projects that bring goodwill. We’re honored to promote our clients’ good news by raising awareness for their considerable accomplishments like new store openings, expanded product and service offerings or community involvement. In addition to the milestones and developments our clients achieve, we’re also fortunate to work with area nonprofits and charity events that provide a positive impact for the community at large.