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Set Yourself Apart From the Competition

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In our fast-paced, competitive business world, it is vitally important to stand out and get noticed. That is what promoting YOU is all about. Ellen Soule will share her expertise as a Public Relations and Marketing expert to help you know if you are promoting yourself in the right way.

  • What is the right way for you to promote yourself in your industry?
  • What does your look say about you and your business?
  • Do you look current and up to date?
  • How do you brand YOU?
  • Learn networking tips to implement when attending events and meetings

 

Ellen Soule has been active in the fashion and public relations industry in both Dallas and St. Louis.  She opened her own public relations consulting business last year (2012). Ellen was the Public Relations Manager for Neiman Marcus in St. Louis for 8 years. Prior to joining Neiman Marcus, she consulted with clients on their image management, did personal shopping and produced fashion shows. Ellen has worked for top women’s clothing designers Dana Buchman and Carole Little and was the Marketing Director for the Galleria Shopping Center (Dallas, Texas). 

Professional affiliations include Fashion Group International (FGI) – St. Louis Chapter.  Ellen is a board member of Press Club of Metropolitan St. Louis, Cancer Support Community (formerly The Wellness Community), and the Carol House Quick Fix Pet Clinic (the first low-cost spay/neuter clinic in the city of St. Louis).

Ellen writes a monthly column for a St. Louis-based publication, Town & Style.  Called “What to Wear Where”, she highlights an upcoming charity event and suggests outfits for the occasion. She started the hashtag #stlfashion.  Ellen is a proponent of promoting the local fashion scene, including designers, retailers and wholesalers.

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