Stevie is an ex-lawyer turned social media marketer. She has spent the past ten years spent working with some of the biggest brands in Australia on marketing strategy and social media, most recently as the Head of Marketing at Place Estate Agents. Stevie is now the owner of Stevie Says Social, a social media consultancy which provides training, strategy and management services to service-based businesses looking to lift their social game. She write extensively on the topic of social media, and has had her work featured in the likes of Social Media Examiner, Smart Company and Business Chicks. Email: stevie@steviesayssocial.com   Website:
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Danielle is the co-founder & CEO of Scrunch, a data-driven Influencer Marketing platform helping to connect brands, publishers and agencies to the right Influencers for their campaign.Danielle has a background in fashion design, blogging and enterprise sales – but her heart really belongs to travel and coffee. 10 years ago she started the blog Brisbane Threads while pursuing a career in enterprise sales for Australia’s largest telecommunications company. It was through this blog that the world of digital Influencers and their challenges would interest her so much that she threw-in a rising career to pursue the world of technology startups. 5
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text by Clint Caward Recently I read the following article in my local Neighbourhood newspaper and I wanted to share it with you for a few reasons. Firstly because it’s a heart warming story. The other reasons I believe will be obvious as you read. I personally aspire to live my life in a similar way. I’d love to hear what you think, please let me know what you think ….. I wrote a glowing review on TripAdvisor thanking a resort manager by name for being a six-star warrior for exceptional service. It’s been years since I actually stayed at the resort, but my
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What happens when you take a marketing and advertising background, add an English degree and then uncover a passion for entrepreneurship? Really cool stuff. This is Kate, and she’s the implementer of awesome ideas over at EOFire. How did this come to be? Well, when she realized after all those years in marketing and advertising and the banking industry she didn’t need Corporate America to determine her worth. Instead, Kate decided to determine her own worth by taking all of the knowledge and experience she’d gained and put it towards helping others recognize, create and build the business they’ve always
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