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My passion and creative marketing approach motivate and encourage people and businesses to look at things from a different perspective; to implement ideas that they never considered; and to become empowered through the process of letting go of unrealistic expectations that often hinder success.
Beth Inglish, consultant, marketing, advertising, communications, public relations, Nashville, business, entrepreneur, audience, advocates, engagement, community, small business, storytelling, amplification, integrated marketing
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The Tennessean: Indie Nash movement supports small business

“It’s hard for a small business to market to over 1 million people, but we can help brand independent businesses across the board, and that’s what Indie Nash will do.” - Telisha Cobb, Nashville Independent Business Alliance Find Your Momentum Click here to read my client's article in The...


The Tennessean: Artists teach poetry at Metro Schools

"What's really cool is the kids who are English language learners, they found a way to translate to each other," said Terry Occhiogrosso, who led students in Holly Harris' class. "So they're telling their ideas in Spanish and then the other kids who speak English and...

IndieNash Mobilizes Small Business Community

Imagine all the most passionate and purposeful people together in one place.  That's what I think it'd be like to hang out with Nashville's small business community. We're the risk takers -- the ones crazy enough to do something created from a vision and wait to see...


Nashville Creative Group Collaborative Story Share

One of the most important skills a creative entrepreneur needs is communicating who they are, what they do and why it matters in 30 seconds or less. Since most creative entrepreneurs do something unique that requires an explanation it's imperative they are clear about how they deliver their message to connect with a...

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Case Study: John Partipilo Photography

Last Fall photographer, John Partipilo, made the brave decision to leave the corporate world. After 15 years as photojournalist in a newsroom he knew it was time to become a full-time freelance photographer. Today that decision paid off. Partipilo's vision and talent for making pictures landed him on the cover of this week's Nashville...

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Preserving the culture of Nashville’s community

I moved to Nashville in 2007 right before the Great Recession hit working in real estate (of all industries). I remember a time when property sat on the market for years and no one was talking about Nashville’s community “it” status nationally. Navigating the city was...

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4 reasons why your press release was deleted

The best place a publicist could ever put themselves is in someone else's shoes. Someone's very underpaid and overworked shoes -- because that's the reality of working in publishing. If I've learned anything from my experience in a newsroom, we must be compassionate to journalists. They are some of...

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10 reasons you’ve outgrown your DIY marketing techniques

Imagine a communications company without a communications strategy. Doesn't make much sense does it? Last year I was recruited to manage the social media feed for a company starting with a strategy that was to post anything that gets hits. At that time engagement wasn't a priority nor was the messaging coming from...

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Case Study: Nashville Independent Business Alliance

I absolutely love building audiences, especially with organizations like the Nashville Independent Business Alliance whose mission is to make a difference and impact the lives of entrepreneurs in the small business community. I have a heart for people who go after their passions. More than anything I want to...