Get to Know Communications Strategist Sue Voyles!
Meet Sue! Sue Voyles loves a good story – reading, writing, watching, listening or telling one. Great stories are what’s at the core of good PR and marketing.
When Sue started Logos Communications, Inc. in 1999, she had just $500 cash, a desktop PC with an Internet connection and a rolodex (remember those?). She also had two young children (ages 3 and 6) and wanted more flexibility and work-life balance.
Seventeen years later, Logos Communications, Inc. has grown into a full-service public relations and marketing firm serving a wide range of small to medium-sized businesses. Whatever the communications need -- press releases or crisis communications -- Sue's team works with clients to design an integrated communications approach that favors clarity, logic and value.
Sue also recently launched a new division that provides business communications training (BizCommunicationsTraining.com). Readers of Twelvecan take advantage of a 10% discount on their first press release or training session with Sue.
“You can’t make all the money by yourself.” This advice was given to me way back in 2001, when I first joined the local chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners. The woman who shared this wisdom with me owned multiple businesses. Her words encouraged me to bring on my first team member. When you start out as a solo entrepreneur, taking the step to add someone else to your business can be daunting but your growth will be limited if you’re a one-person shop.
Her Fave Tool:
ProofHub – After reviewing project management programs, I chose this one for our company’s use a year ago. One feature I really like about this cloud-based system is the Notebook – a collaborative writing tool that we’ve used for brainstorming ideas for client projects.
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