Beth Inglish talks community development on Acme Radio Live
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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Beth Inglish talks creativity and community development on Acme Radio Live

On Thursday, September 8th I joined Film and Television Transmedia Hour host Andy Van Roon on Acme Radio Live to talk about the Nashville Creative Group and the art community in Nashville.

Special guests include Telisha Cobb, Executive Director of the Nashville Independent Business Alliance, fine art photographer and photojournalist, John Partipilo, Collin Czarnecki, founder of Noble Nashville and Brian Sexton, founder of Creatives Day.


Listen to the interview below recorded live from Acme Feed & Seed in downtown Nashville. Leave a comment and tell me what you think!

Acme Radio Live Film and Television Transmedia Hour

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