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I was shortlisted for Blogger of the Year by Digital Women Awards 2021. The Blogger Of The Year award recognises and rewards individuals who have created a well-respected blog or vlog within their area of work.
Being able to write or film effectively to capture the attention and hearts of an online audience is an incredibly important skill. Well-written blogs and well-produced videos often educate, influence and shape the decisions of a page’s or company’s followers.
In this interview for The Lockdown Economy, we meet Stephanie Ward, founder of FireFly Coaching, a business and marketing mentoring company for entrepreneurs all around the world. Stephanie talked about the ways in which she has helped her clients overcome the challenges of the pandemic by diversifying their business to obtain multiple revenue streams. She talked about the importance of connecting with clients on a personal level by sending messages of encouragement, supporting their social media presence and even using ‘snail mail’ to connect!
This time on Angloinfo we have the wonderful Stephanie Ward as our Expat in the Spotlight. Thanks Stephanie for taking the time to answer our Q&A. Stephanie helps businesses grow by using her extensive expertise to make sure they are making the right marketing choices. A seasoned networker, if there is a networking event in Amsterdam she is sure to be there.
Nicole Blyth interviews Business and Marketing Mentor Stephanie Ward where she shares her tips and insights to make it easier for you to connect and build relationships with customers (because spoiler alert, that’s what marketing is).
Thriving Abroad invited me to be a guest on their podcast. In this interview, I share the story of how I followed my heart from the US to the Netherlands then followed my head to leave a job I wasn’t enjoying to set up her own business.
Get my take on confidence and what Dutch and American women can learn from each other. This article originally appeared on November 5, 2016 in the magazine VROUW that is part of the weekend edition of the Dutch newspaper, De Telegraaf.
Nicholla Henderson interviewed me for her podcast, The Learning Curve, about my entrepreneurial journey. I spilled the beans on: how I get things done, what books inspire me, how to deal with failure, and a whole bunch more.