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Hosts Reina and Christina are chatting with Jenni Heffernan Brown and Sophie Davies about brand narratives and why your business should have one. Together, the group discusses defining and re-defining your brand messaging and how others can help you. Jenni and Sophie share the four ways that a business can find a unique value proposition: customer niche, brand packaging, your style or personality, and price.
Hosts Leslie and Alexissit down for a talk about best practices for branding with Sophie Davies and Jenni Heffernan Brown, co-founders of Prim'd Marketing. Prim’d Marketing helps businesses and personal brands look and sound like the best versions of themselves through a brand positioning and content marketing program called ‘ The Brand Plan’. The foundation and guiding light to any subsequent branding, website and content marketing.
Jenni Heffernan Brown and Sophie Davis of Prim’d Marketing share with hosts, Kathleen Shannon and Emily Thompson, the ins and outs of business partnerships when it comes to navigating your roles in a partnership and finding your sweet spot in roles, boundaries, and work/life balance.
If you’re starting a business with a partner, how do you find where you’ll both thrive and stay productive? How will you be able to navigate your personalities? Jenni Heffernan Brown, co-founder of Prim’d Marketing, sits down with host Amanda Boleyn to learn how to distinguish your role in your business when you have a co-founder, how to work with your co-founder by picking up on their habits and behaviors and figure out the best way to tweak your services to fit your client’s behavior and needs.
What happens when a J-O-B isn’t exactly necessary for you to keep a roof over your head? Jenni Heffernan Brown of Prim’d Marketing sits down with host, Kathlyn Hart, to hear how she found the courage within to become a writer when hiding behind fear was longer an option.
What does it mean to “look like a leader?” Does cultivating your public persona play a defining role in owning your authentic power? How has focusing on one's "beauty" become seen as an artificial endeavor? Join host Joui Turandot and Jenni Heffernan Brown as they chat through being a multi-faceted entrepreneur and what it looks like to brand yourself when you do 10,000 things.
Cultivating a creative practice is a must for anyone who wants to keep their creative muscle limber and their work fresh. This chat with Jenni Heffernan Brown and hosts Randy and Misty Bradley is about finding the balance between order and creativity. How do you straddle approaching work, life, and everything with creativity AND logic?
Jenni Heffernan Brown chats with host, Kimberly Rich, about how you can take successfully merge both the left and right brains to find fulfillment as a creative entrepreneur.
In this conversation with Pinegate Road Studio's founder Kelsey Cronkhite, Jenni Heffernan Brown talks all things strategy — from business, to building a creative practice and even running a family.
Jenni Heffernan Brown dives deep with host Sarah Starrs into the importance of living in integrity with our values, how to get really clear on what our values are, and staying in touch with them on a day-to-day basis.
SPEAKING, WORKSHOPS & WEBINARS
Women's Catalyst speaker series offers our community members the opportunity to get on stage and tell a story. Jenni Heffernan Brown spoke on the importance of creativity, and finding outlets for both creavitity for clients and creativity for yourself.
In this workshop Sophie Davies and Jenni Heffernan Brown helped a group of entrepreneurs celebrate all that they accomplished in the past year, and brainstorm business and marketing goals for 2017. They filled the event with much-needed face to face time, bright energy, helped celebrate big wins and share brilliant ideas to support fellow business owners.
The Hivery's Entrepreneur Lab event gathers inspiring, ambitious women-heroes together in the stunning Hivery environment for a daylong immersion in business learning, connecting, inspiration, fun, mentorship, and transformative growth. Jenni Heffernan Brown hosted several luncheon tables, facilitating as the marketing expert.
In this partner webinar with Honeybook, attendees learned why brand values are one of the most important pieces of a brand that they can develop. Jenni Heffernan Brown and Sophie Davies helped attendees define their magic sauce, create one-sentence pitch that explained who their brand, as well as point-point the driving passions behind the brand.
In this interactive workshop Sophie Davies taught how to to approach each social media platform (Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Linkedin & Pinterest) in a smarter way. Auidences learned how different types of businesses (with real examples) use specific social platforms to effectively reach their dream audience.
Sophie Davies, co-founder of Prim'd Marketing, spoke about a key component that contributes to making a successful brand: brand values. In this luncheon gathering, Sophie helped entrepreneurs understand who they are, what makes them different and how to talk to customers in a more meaningful way.
In this weekly series, host Lauren Frontiera gets to know the badass female entrepreneurs (and businesses) behind her homepage. She sits down with Jenni Heffernan Brown and Sophie Davies to talk more about their work at Primd Marketing and how they've grown as entrepreneurs over the years.
By Jenni Heffernan Brown
One of my superpowers is that even though I am intensely creative, I have a "left brain" that won’t quit. In fact, I often feel like I’m a walking juxtaposition — a designer who loves to budget, a writer who loves systems and structure, a career-driven boss who needs time to draw cartoons for no reason.
By Jenni Heffernan Brown
For most of my life, I felt a deep, gut-level shame when it came to money. I would tell myself I “wasn’t a money person.” I had big balance swings between payday and the end of the month. I would be flush with cash, pay a few bills, go about my life and be surprised when I was mostly broke by the 20th. I had very little savings. I had credit card debt that I didn’t really know how I would ever pay off. Money made me feel bad.
By Jenni Heffernan Brown
My name is Jenni, and I am a Type A Creative. What exactly is a Type A Creative? It’s a term that I’ve recently started using to describe the highly driven, go-getters among us. I’m a firm believer that bosses come in all shape and sizes, but us Type A Creatives are the ones that often get asked if we have batteries built into our backs
By Jenni Heffernan Brown
Last January I hit burn out in a major way. I had spent 2 years working 80 – 100 hours per week, trying to grow my brand strategy studio, Prim’d Marketing, while earning a Master’s Degree in Writing. I would work a full day with clients and then hit my second shift by heading to the library or a cafe to write. Some days it was off to class to have my ass handed to me by smarter students and brilliant literary professors. I was easily starting my days at 9am and ending them at 11pm. It was nuts, even for a crazy driven creative like myself.
by Jenni Heffernan Brown
I have a secret to admit — I am really bad at making decisions. At this point in my life (33-years) and business (4th year as co-founder of Primd Marketing), I feel I shouldn’t be. But sometimes I have what I’ve come to refer to as “the panic.”
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