We’re excited to host Jeremy Crisp, Managing Partner of NAIL Communications, Nikki Groom, CEO and Founder of NikkiGroom.com, and Brittanny Taylor, visual storyteller and photographer with The Branding Edit.
They’ll be discussing the importance of rich content and storytelling in today’s marketing landscape and share how they have used content effectively throughout the sales funnel.
If you are looking for opportunities to better tell your brand or business’ story, you won’t want to miss this evening!
When: Tuesday, June 11, 5:30 – 7:30pm
Where: Rooms & Works; 55 Cromwell Street, Providence RI 02907
Parking is Free, a Cash Bar Will be Available, and Lite Bites Will be Served!
About the panelists:
Jeremy Crisp is currently the Managing Director Nail Communications. Prior to landing in Providence, he held Senior level positions within 2 of the major international ad holding companies, JWT and QMP Publicis Ireland. He has also been a Managing Director of Nestle Ireland.
He is currently an active member of the AAAA’s and a Board Member of the Providence Chamber of Commerce.
Nikki Groom is a business coach and brand strategist for small business owners who want to amplify their impact and their income. She is the host of Movement Makers, a podcast featuring in-depth conversations and unfiltered stories from leaders who are making a difference on the planet, and founder of The 100 Stories Worth Telling Project, which seeks to amplify the voices of underrepresented entrepreneurs all over the world.
Nikki is passionate about the power of storytelling as a way for all of us to humanize our businesses, build relationships with the people we most want to serve, and inspire people into action. She is also a firm believer that all businesses should lead with empathy. She has been hailed as “a force of nature,” “a rising superstar,” and “one of the best” in her field. Over the years, she has helped hundreds of small business owners to master their messaging and coached multiple executives around their leadership stories at companies including Walmart and Textron.
She appears in the book Winning the Battle for Attention by Stuart Atkins, was a contributing writer for the book End Sex Trafficking by Erin Giles, and has been featured by over 50 different blogs, podcasts, and publications. Learn more at NikkiGroom.com
Brittanny Taylor is a visual storyteller with The Branding Edit, as well as a fashion and lifestyle photographer working in NY, Boston and here in Providence. Her clients and collaborators include Dutch Glamour, Nylon Japan, Vogue Italy, Elle.com, as well as refinery29.com, Ann Taylor Loft, Oribe Hair Products and the Mighty Mighty Bosstones.
She’s been featured in Providence Monthly and was a 2018 “50 on Fire” winner with the Rhode Island Inno.
See her work and learn more -> The Branding Edit
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
If you pay at least 24-hours in advanced, no. We will keep a record of those who purchased a ticket at the door and confirm your payment then.
Can you tell me a little more about what to expect?
Sure! We meet for about two hours, but follow a typical flow: between 5:30 – 6:10 people arrive, grab some appetizers, and network with others; from here, our guest speaker will present and take questions until about 7:15pm. At this point of the night, our program is complete, but you are welcome to stay and chat longer, or spend time at the restaurant or bar as much of the crowd will do.
How does AMP-RI membership work?
Annual members pay a single, $60 fee for the year and attend all events free! That’s a great value financially. However, you also get great benefits such as discounts to special seminars, free exposure through our website, and access to a network of over 500 local professionals and business owners to post job opportunities or share your own resume.