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Welcome Madeleine!

Posted by Brian Lee on May 17, 2016 in Doing business

Here in Madison in time to see the ups and downs of our crazy spring weather is Madeleine Bell, Revelation’s summer intern. She is a marketing major at Tulane University in New Orleans, where she also is a certified personal trainer. Madeleine’s experience includes serving as a brand marketing intern for Athleta.

 
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Calming Down Your Networking Nerves

Posted by Allison Wallner on April 29, 2016 in Doing business

Do I have to go? Whom will I talk to? What do I say? These questions used to flood my mind anytime a networking event was presented. I envied those that waltzed into a networking event with such relaxation and grace and that could approach strangers. I’d much rather be sitting at a table with […]

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Communication in a Digital Age

Posted by Jessica Hamilton on April 1, 2016 in Doing business

After reaching out to a someone recently for an interview to supplement a story I was writing, I was surprised when the person offered to meet for the interview over coffee, rather than just answering the questions via email (as routinely done). While today’s digital communication makes it easy to sit behind a screen and connect […]

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Welcome Jessica!

Posted by Brian Lee on January 18, 2016 in Doing business

This semester’s PR intern is Jessica Hamilton, a junior studying journalism and strategic communications at the University of Wisconsin. Her experience includes working at another agency and writing for a student magazine and newspaper. Jessica hails from the Milwaukee area and is a member of PRSSA.

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Welcome Allison!

Posted by Brian Lee on January 13, 2016 in Doing business

Revelation is excited to have Allison Wallner join us as our first project coordinator. She hails from Elkhart Lakes, Wis., and studied meeting and event planning at Lakeshore Technical College. Allison will assist in areas including social media management, SEO, website management, event planning, research and project management.

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Cheers to five years

Posted by Brian Lee on January 4, 2016 in Doing business

Today, Revelation hit the five-year mark in business. As I think about those five years, I remember the challenges, hardships, frustrations, heart-breaks and anxiety of being a business owner … but I also remember the triumphs, joy, relief, sense of accomplishment and confidence-builders. I also am forever grateful to all the people who helped me […]

 
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Being a Thankful Entrepreneur

Posted by Brian Lee on November 25, 2015 in Doing business

Madison’s startup scene has grown exponentially over the past five years. For example, when I helped to launch Madworks Coworking at University Research Park in summer 2013, three other coworking spaces opened around the same time. Thus, we went from one to four, just like that. As a result, there’s no better time to start […]

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Entrepreneurship: What to Prioritize

Posted by Brian Lee on October 8, 2015 in Doing business

This is part one of a five-part series looking at the biggest mistakes entrepreneurs make. It’s a given that everyone is busy these days, but to what degree? The phrase “I’m too busy” usually means you’re not making the right priorities. Limit Your Daily Distractions I know this seems obvious, but let me give you an […]

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Getting a job in PR/marketing

Posted by Brian Lee on September 3, 2015 in Doing business

I receive requests for information interviews on a regular basis. I enjoy helping students, recent grads, people who moved recently, former reporters and the like. However, “help” is the operative word. It saddens me to find out that after laying a complete roadmap–where to network, who the players are, how to build experience, etc.–some of the people […]

 
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Alphabet reminds us to focus

Posted by Emily McGuire on August 11, 2015 in Doing business

Google was originally created as a web search business but as technology evolves, so has Google’s focus. That is, until yesterday when the answer finding site announced that it has now established a parent company, Alphabet, which will oversee all projects outside Google’s original realm of searching. This change will allow Google to remain the search […]

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