On this season of Lipstick Economy, co-hosts Jamie Dunham, founder of Brand Wise, and Melinda Hudgins Noblitt, Brand Marketing Manager at Asurion, will dive deep into the misconceptions of marketing to women and highlight stories of marketing leaders who are making a difference.
Artist Ashley Bergeron talks about recovering and rebuilding from the Christmas Day bombing in Nashville that took her home and gallery.
We talk with Viveka von Rosen of about strategies to maximize the opportunities for sales and marketing on LinkedIn.
A discussion with Ellen Pryor and Kathy Demonbreun about the marketing of the Frist Art Museum, currently celebrating its 20th anniversary with an exclusive Picasso exhibit.
A discussion with Kate Jerkens, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Uncle Nearest Premium Whiskey.
A discussion with Rachel Layton of Fresh Hospitality about restaurant marketing, including the adjustment to changing customer demands during COVID restrictions.
A discussion with Jennifer Hinkle, Senior Director of Marketing and Digital Strategy for the Tennessee Titans football team about targeting female fans in a meaningful way.
A discussion with Tuwisha Rogers-Simpson of the National Museum of African American Music, a new museum opening January 30 in Nashville.
A discussion with Lisa Sarmento of Tiramisu Paperie about how and why she started her business and the appeal of her irreverent products, particularly to women.
A discussion with Dr. Heather Brown, professor at the School of Concrete and Construction Management at Middle Tennessee State University about the reasons why the inclusion of women in the construction industry is important.
A conversation with Kim Radford, the muralist behind the famous Dolly Parton mural.
Reilly Stephens of Retail Prophet discusses the long term effects of pandemic shutdowns on consumer shopping behaviors, the ramifications for retailers, and what businesses can do to adjust.
Sondra Noble of Hip Hues, which operates “mobile swag bars” for screenprinting at live events talks about her business and how they’ve pivoted to servicing virtual events this year.
A discussion with Jill Melton, founder and editor of Edible Nashville, a Nashville-based food magazine.
Poonam Patodia, Chief Marketing Officer at United Methodist Communications, discusses their latest campaign named Dismantling Racism: Pressing on to Freedom, and why women are such an important audience for the United Methodist denomination.
Margaret Behm and Jeanie Nelson discuss Tennessee’s role in the fight for women’s voting rights and the virtual grand opening of the exhibit on the 19th Amendment at the Nashville Public Library on the amendment’s 100th anniversary.
Wil Shelton of of WilPower Integrated Marketing discusses his work in bringing brands together with the African American community.
Phillip Fryman joins us to discuss marketing through social media influencers and how food influencers have been a steady and valuable resource to brands.
Alina Thompson, Artist Marketing & Industry Relations Manager at Pandora joins us to discuss female representation in music and its importance to Pandora’s female audiences.
Margaret Dolan of Launch Tennessee discusses the increasing interest of investors in female entrepreneurs, CEOs, and board members.
Food Stylist Teresa Blackburn dishes on the behind-the-scenes work that goes into making food look good
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