Anddddd we’re back! After 3 Quirk’s events, Momma Bird, Priscilla McKinney is in the podcast booth and recapping her time at the most recent Quirk’s Event in Chicago.
In this episode of Ponderings from the Perch, Priscilla and Content Marketing Manager, Ashley Le Blanc, discuss their favorite parts of the conference, including: networking events, the MR Jam Band and eating french fries in bed after a long day.
Per usual, the two give out a few awards for their favorite giveaway item, best shoes and the coveted, Quirk’s Spirit Award.
The two attended the conference well-prepared with recorder in hand. Listen in as Priscilla and Ashley interview attendees, staff and presenters of Quirk’s Chicago 2019. Guests include: Katie Kulp - Quirk's MediaZoe Dowling - Focus Vision Sanjay Vrudhula - Recon MRTina Gaffney - RealeyesMichael Kissen - Fuel CycleRiley Maynard - DapresyKevin Mahler - Schmidt Market ResearchJustin Blomgren - 20|20 ResearchJim Jacobs - Focus InsiteJill Bishop - Multilingual ConnectionsJignesh Shah - RybbonLeann Donovan - KNow ResearchGarrett Gil de Rubio - P2SampleCheryl Jordan-Aguilera - Pop ResearchAmit Choudhary - Jasper Colin ResearchBenjamin Rietti - E-Tabs Aaron Frey - Insight Strategy GroupLastly, we want to say a BIG thank you to WIRe for hosting an amazing opening night reception. Thank you to event sponsor’s Focus Forward, Multilingual Connections, ULTA Research Services and Globalexicon.
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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.