Rosie J Spinks is a freelance journalist whose work has appeared both online and in print publications, including: The Guardian, NPR, Vice, The Wall Street Journal, Quartz, Fusion, Racked, The Pool, Lucky Peach, Good, Slate, Outside, Sierra, Marie Claire, The Billford, The Ecologist, Talking Points Memo, Dwell, and others.
Media mentions of Rosie’s work include coverage in The Economist, Los Angeles Magazine, Marie Claire, The Londonist, Take Part Live, The Big Issue and local radio in the US.
In addition, she is the founder of the Mouthy Women Project which was the subject of a Tedx talk Rosie delivered at TedxBrusselsWomen. The interview series explores how females across industries negotiate the tension between being likeable and being who they are.
Find out more at mouthywomen.work
Sixty Gelu is a digital marketing consultant. Six years in the game and getting better every day, he has rolled out campaigns for the likes of Southern Comfort, Deloitte and Direct Line Insurance.
Gillian Morris is the founder and CEO of Hitlist, an app that alerts you when there are cheap flights for your dream trips. TIME named Hitlist one of the 50 Best Apps of 2016 and the app has been recognized as a 'Best New App' by the app store in 83 countries. Gillian has been named one of the Young Leaders to watch in the travel industry by PhoCusWright and has been invited to speak about travel innovation and distribution trends at the Skift Global Forum, Airline Information conferences, ITB Berlin, and SXSW.
Before entering the start-up world, Gillian worked as a consultant, journalist, and educator in Turkey, China, the Gulf states, and Syria. Her work has appeared in/on the New York Times, Harvard Business Review, Buzzfeed, CNN, CNBC, TechCrunch, The Next Web, and LifeHacker.
Gillian's work in emerging markets has made her a passionate advocate for entrepreneurship and private sector investment in the developing world. She is a proud mentor with the School of Leadership Afghanistan and Gaza Sky Geeks
Courtney hails from San Francisco, CA and moved to Boston, MA to work for HubSpot in 2015. She is an Inbound Professor on the HubSpot Academy Team dedicated to educating and inspiring people about contact management, lists, email, workflows/marketing automation and lead scoring. She is devoted to education, environmental programs and an avid Sports Fan (Go Niners).
You can find out more about Courtney and her work at the HubSpot Academy or follow her below!
Morgan Brown is a startup marketing veteran with more than 15 years helping early stage companies find traction and breakout growth. With his MBA from the startup school of hard knocks, and a passion for uncovering what makes some companies grow and others fizzle, Morgan puts his expertise in digital marketing to work for businesses of all kinds.
Morgan grew up in Avon, Connecticut and had a fascination both with computers, his first a Tandy TRS-80 when he was 8, and marine life, which led him to UC-Santa Barbara to study Zoology. With the rise of the Internet, computers won out when Morgan took his first job at a startup in 1999, from there he worked at a digital marketing agency, honing his marketing skills on key accounts, and then moving to the startup world again to grow venture backed startups such as TurnHere and ScoreBig.
Austin Fisher is a professional freelance writer/editor interested in taking on new clients.
You can find out more about Austin and his work on his website or Medium. You can contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org for copywriting, article writing, technical writing, script writing, or editing work (or simply to chat!).
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Stephen Higgins is a Channel Consultant and Inbound Marketing expert at HubSpot.
He has covered a range of topics in the marketing and business space, including, but not limited to: content marketing, business growth, team management, marketing and sales alignment, SEO, brand positioning, managing client relationships and much more.
If you want to find out more about Stephen and his work, you can follow him below!
Reed Gusmus is the Director of Marketing at QASymphony, where he is responsible for utilizing his exceptional B2B digital marketing expertise to develop marketing plans capable of generating new customer acquisition while also stimulating ample revenue generation.
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Max Greene is the Managing Director of Muffin Marketing, a UK-based marketing agency specialising in content marketing, social media management, and search engine optimisation. Max is also responsible for maintaining the Muffin Marketing blog, where he writes about small business marketing techniques.
Before founding and launching Muffin, Max has worked as a journalist and digital marketer in the United Kingdom and in France, with his work appearing in publications such as The Huffington Post, The Guardian, and the MailOnline. You can follow Max and the Muffin Marketing team on Twitter using @MuffinMarketing
Ant Musker is a Content Writer for Whoisvisiting– a UK-based business that specialises in website visitor tracking software.
At Whoisvisiting, he is responsible for the management of the business blog and the creation of marketing copy; producing a variety of articles from tool round-ups and tips and tricks to insight articles and case studies.
As well as creating high-quality marketing content for Whoisvisiting, Ant has diverse writing experience. As a sports journalism graduate, Ant initially started in sports writing but later transitioned to consumer PR and marketing communications and more recently B2B marketing.
Dan Golden is a veteran digital marketing executive & speaker known for famously and accurately predicting that last year, this year, and next year will all be the “year of mobile.” A graduate of Northwestern University with a B.A. in Economics, Dan is a digital marketing geek at heart and still spends time auditing accounts, testing new tactics, diving into analytics, and making strategic recommendations for his clients. Dan has spent time on the client side, with large agencies and had a brief stint at Google before launching BFO. Dan co-founded the digital agency Be Found Online and has lead the BFO team from its roots as a paid search agency to a full service performance digital media agency; optimizing paid advertising across search, display, social, and mobile with the same level of rigor as search accounts. BFO has spent 6 straight years on the Inc. 5,000 list and were the #1 Best Place to Work according to AdAge in 2016.
Dan’s thought leadership has been recently featured in Forbes, Huffington Post, Search Engine Journal, Mashable and was even selected by Google to teach the search marketing session for the Google Squared agency training program.
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