Priscilla Activates her Wonder Twin Powers with Kristin Luck
Curious about how Wonder Twin Powers activate?Join Priscilla McKinney, CEO and Momma Bird at Little Bird Marketing as she chats with Kristin Luck, Growth Strategist, entrepreneur, Global Strategic Advisor and dynamic powerhouse behind Luck Collective. Kristin is busy traveling the world, serving clients across Asia Pacific, Europe, North America and speaking at multiple marketing research conferences and entrepreneurial events. In this podcast, she pauses to reflect on her journey toward consulting and multiple successes when the stakes have been quite high.
Her firm, Luck Collective, is the go-to in the market research industry for growth hacking. As a consultant, she has a unique perspective from her many years of hands-on work. She founded two companies, help grow and sell three and she has held many jobs along they way. She worked as an analyst, in sales and marketing and product development departments, to name a few. These years of personal experience is the foundation to her tried and true methodologies she shares with her clients to achieve their growth and revenue goals. She proves over and over again that success in business is more than luck - it requires know-how, persistence and an organized application of an effective strategy. Luck, is the icing on the cake!
Her passion project, started in 2007, is Women in Research (WIRe). Now with over 5,000 members globally, WIRe is a free to join association facilitating education, entrepreneurship and other career development goals for women in the market research industry through informal networking events around the globe, an educational webinar series, an “Office Hours” online Q&A series and an award winning one-to-one mentoring program.
Conversations with Priscilla McKinney, founder and President of Little Bird Marketing, a boutique marketing firm specializing in "better than your average bear" branding design and campaigns. As a marketing principal and serial entrepreneur topics range from marketing best practices to the reality of running a business, managing creatives, company culture, and other marketing oddities.