Tag: Storytelling

Content Marketing Simplified

How do you develop a strong content marketing strategy? Dana Herra, Content Marketer, Herra Communications, would break it up into five chapters: foundation, audience, messaging, distribution, and measurement. In this episode, Dana shares her tips for creating a successful content marketing strategy, how repetition and consistency help build trust, and why your brand voice matters more than you think.

Brand Story Breakroom: Magic Candy & Buzzword Bingo

What exactly is the difference between a marketing strategy, plan, and tactic? What’s one thing marketers should start (and stop) doing? Gravity Group’s President, Steve Gilman, and Vice President, Lindsey Laughlin, answer these questions and more while sharing stories from their favorite brands in this Q&A breakroom episode.

Mission-Driven Branding

Building a brand always comes back to being human, something Kathryn Tuttle reinforces with every brand she works with. As an Executive Advisor for CPG brands, Kathryn’s approach has always been people-first – finding ways to build those relationships to help create success. In this episode, we talk to Kathryn about her experience in building brands and scaling businesses. The conversation highlights the importance of understanding the consumer’s perspective and the power of branding to make a positive impact on the world.

Season 3 Favorite Moments

From higher education and marketing to hospitality and communication, this past season of Brand Story has brought together professionals from various industries to share what they’ve learned during their career journeys. In this episode, we take a look back at some of the standout moments from season three, featuring advice on company culture and operations, marketing, leadership, and brand.

Featuring guests Mita Mallick, Miyoko Schinner, Dr. Marcus Collins, Wade Forbes, Vanessa Patrick, and Will Guidara with host, Steve Gilman.

Building Brand with Unreasonable Hospitality

When Will Guidara took over Eleven Madison Park, it didn’t have a Michelin star to its name. But through a mix of genuine care, creativity, and a bit of unreasonable hospitality, the restaurant has held three Michelin stars since 2012 and was ranked number one on the list of the World’s 50 Best Restaurants. In this episode, Will shares his career journey and the valuable lessons he’s learned in both leadership and brand experience, and how industries of all kinds can embrace unreasonable hospitality in their operations.