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Ideasmyth Founder Victoria Rowan Talks Branding & Communications

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Host Jennie Waker talks with Victoria Rowan, Founder of Ideasmyth, about how to create exciting branding and communictions around any company or event and the company's role in Film at Eleven's screening of "Haiti: Where Did the Money Go?", the national 2013 Edward R. Murrow Award winning TV documentary, written and directed by Michele Mitchell.

Ideasmyth (Your Genius Amplifier) s a holistic creative communications, coaching and branding consultancy founded by Victoria C. Rowan whose previous professional lives included founding the multi-million-dollar education division of Mediabistro.com, artistic programming of the greatest living writers for the 92nd Street Y, writing for dozens of publications, websites and public radio including: Time Out NY, New York Magazine, The New York Times Magazine, The Financial Times, The Moscow Times and NPR. Through personalized coaching and workshops, Ideasmyth mentors and supports clients in creating and cultivating their endeavors, increasing their brand exposure and achieving their most important personal and professional life goals. Since 2000, her Independent Project workshops and coaching practice have helped nearly 1,000 writers produce many critically acclaimed books, theater, websites and other multimedia projects.