Don't Just Talk, Say Something!

Don't Just Talk, Say Something!

Over the past two decades running her successful public relations firm NKPR, Natasha Koifman has met, worked with and learned from so many incredible, brilliant and talented people. On this new podcast, Natasha introduces you to her wide network of industry experts, changemakers, thought leaders, colleagues and friends, who share their important lessons and valuable learnings in life and business. Natasha loves to hear from you so feel free to follow and DM her @natashaNKPR and be sure to subscribe and leave a review and rating!

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May 16, 2022 31 min

There are not enough people in the world like this episode’s guest Carrie Kirkman. With over 25 years of experience in management for top women’s apparel brands, working at leading companies such as Hudson’s Bay, Global Brands Group, Jones Apparel Group, and more, Carrie is established as a leader in the womenswear industry in Canada. Carrie is also deeply passionate and committed to supporting and empowering women. Not only does s...

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Jamie Haggarty is a business leader that's worked at some of North America’s biggest brands, including Rogers, Corus, and Deluxe Entertainment. Jamie is one of the most strategic thinkers Natasha has ever met and over the many years of working together, she has learnt so much from him. On this episode of the podcast, Natasha and Jamie talk about how navigating tough times can make or break you, why listening to people is so imp...

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April 27, 2022 21 min
Now a household name, Caitlin Cronenberg's photography and directing work have been published in the world’s most established publications and festivals (Vogue, W, Harper’s Bazaar, Drake’s album cover and TIFF, just to name a few). Even though she’s worked with some of the biggest brands and the most famous faces, Caitlin still manages to be one of the kindest and most loyal people. On this episode of the podcast Natasha and Ca...
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August 31, 2021 21 min
After 5 years co-hosting The F Words with Natasha, Taylor is bidding farewell to the show. On this special episode we celebrate Taylor's time on the podcast and take a trip down memory lane to chat about the most popular episodes, and some funny moments over the years! Taylor also reveals her all time favourite f word!     Listen and tell us your favourite moment with Taylor!    Follow and DM Natasha @natashaNKPR, Eric @...
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August 10, 2021 34 min
On this episode of The F Words Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of Zoomer Magazine Suzanne Boyd joins Natasha and Eric to talk work/life integration, how success doesn't happen overnight, the importance of mentorship and Natasha's inspiring new feature in Zoomer. The trio also chat about the upcoming Artists for Peace and Justice gala in support of Haiti.    Follow Natasha @natashaNKPR, Eric @erichendrikx and Suzanne &...
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