On June 17th, we’re speaking with Gloria Chou about PR hacks for early-stage founders.
Gloria has worked with many early-stage founders and has gotten their stories into top-tier outlets such as the New York Times and The Wall Street Journal.
Join us at 10 am as she shares her best tips and tactics for you to secure PR without having to rely on relationships, brand recognition, or fancy VC money.
About our guest
Gloria Chou is a startup mentor and pitch guru helping early-stage founders get recognized as industry leaders without ever paying for sponsored content. As a former U.S. Diplomat that's never worked in PR or had any industry contacts, Gloria's mission is to make PR more accessible so all founders can learn how to get traction and build credibility without hiring an agency to do it for them.
From cold calling thousands of newsrooms to getting pre-seed startups with no marketing budget onto outlets such as the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and CNBC, Gloria will share her original pitching methodology (trademark pending) so you can pivot your product pitch to one that editors will resonate with. To help entrepreneurs pivot their messaging in an era of COVID19, Gloria recently launched the first "PR-in-a-Box" solution for early-stage founders, which combines powerful and personalized PR strategies with a DIY-approach. Gloria is a coach at iFundWomen, The German Accelerator, Career Contessa, Rise, and hosts monthly PR Master Classes to help founders break-free from paid methods to build credibility on their own terms.
- June 17, 2020 at 10am – 11am
119 W 24th St
New York, NY 10011
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- Danny Garcia