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Thursday, 18 February 2016 17:15

Here Is What’s Happening In Atlanta

Hey Atlanta! Have you always wondered what to do now that the long workday/ work week has ended? Are you someone who wants to go out, but doesn't know where to go? Look no further we at Marketing Eye have created a fun filled MUST DO Top 10 Atlanta event guide. So put that remote down, get off your couch, and get ready to have some fun!
Published in Culture
I've never thought much about getting married... until I met the owner of Elite Pour La Vie in Atlanta. She shared her vision with me on why she was building Atlanta's most exclusive wedding and evening gown dress boutique.

Elite Pour La Vie features many high-end fashion designers such as Baracci, Marchesa, Zuhair Murad, Charbel Zoe, Mac Duggal, and Johnathan Kayne.
Published in Blog
Monday, 16 November 2015 08:57

How Are You Really Going To Make Money?

I absolutely love hanging around ATV listening to every single tech entrepreneurs story and dream. They all have "Big Dreams" and that is the mandate of being here at Atlanta Tech Village - but there is one problem. Can they make it commercial?
Published in Blog

I remember finding this infographic, back in 2009, during my inter-web travels. It stated that if I were to print The Internet out on paper, it would take 57,000 years to read, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. At a rate of 10 minutes of reading per night, I would require 8,219,088 years.
Published in Marketing
Is anyone else as excited as I am about how much Atlanta is becoming a major city not just because we are home to fortune 500 companies, but also due to the fact that we are now a major innovation hub?

I am literally jumping out of my boots and my team is going crazy with ideas, innovation and creativity with absolutely no sense of boundaries - and I love it!
Published in Marketing
I'm a part-time leader in Atlanta. Actually, less than a part time leader - I am here when I can be but mostly I am running around the world doing other "stuff".

Our brand in Atlanta is growing. I am constantly going out and meeting people who know who we are, what we do and follow us on some sort of social media platform.

It's not by accident that we have grown our business here and it can largely be attributed to a few things:
Published in Management
I had a humbling experience today and I want to share with you just what that meant to me as an entrepreneur and founder.

Marketing Eye has been around for more than 10 years. We were not an overnight success, but have steadily grown a very successful business in Australia and in the US (Atlanta, Dallas, Seattle, Denver).

Building a business has never been easy and every single time I think that its got its groove going, I am awakened with a rude shock. It seems that the business is always growing, changing, adapting and needing a new influx of ideas or improvements in the way we do business.
Published in Management
Friday, 12 June 2015 18:32

How to hire your next leader

For six months we searched for a VP of Marketing to run our Atlanta operations, and after searching Australia, US and UK/Europe we found Shara Atkinson. She is from Atlanta but for the past 10 years has lived in the UK. 

Hiring Shara has been a game-changer. Prior to her appointment, I was overseeing the US market and managed staff from afar. Let me share with you, "it's not the best idea". Running a new company remotely is very hard. It's easy for Marketing Eye to get business, but hard to keep employees and train them from a different continent.
Published in Management
When asked today what I think a Marketing Executive would need to have that they may not have needed a few years ago, my answer was simple. "A Marketing Executive must be a social media expert."
Published in Marketing
Marketing Eye is an international business. With our expansion to Atlanta and then other locations throughout the US, we had to really think about what our organizational structure was going to be like moving forward. After a lot of investigation, and research, we decided to work as a flat organizational structure and give people the power to make important business decisions.
Published in Management
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