by Jill Miley | May 26, 2020 | Media, Thought Leadership, Voice
For media, gender equality is tied to ensuring more females are interviewed as subject matter experts. Here are a few actions that PR professionals, businesses and the media can take to improve female representation as SMEs.
by Jill Miley | Jul 21, 2015 | VoiceThere are a lot of benefits to living in Hawaii: great weather, long beaches, and the sight of the beautiful Pacific Ocean at almost every turn, to name a few. Yet there are drawbacks, as well. A big downside to living in Hawaii is the cost of electricity. As you may...
by Jill Miley | Jul 15, 2014 | Voice
Advancements in areas such as telecommunications, smart cities, the Internet of Things, electric vehicles, and cloud computing are all pushing us towards a more sustainable, healthy, energy-efficient, and smarter lifestyle. And thanks to all the inventors, entrepreneurs, thinkers, risk-takers, venture capitalists, techies, marketers, sales folks, social media, fans, and individual consumers… we are one, big, connected planet celebrating our global connection and competitive spirit of the World Cup together – no matter how physically far apart we may be.
by Jill Miley | May 28, 2014 | Public Relations
I was in Maui in early May of this year, kitesurfing with a friend. As I chatted with other kiters there – who have subsequently become friends – I learned about Maui’s MaiTai’s event. This unique annual networking gathering brings together elite kiteboarders, venture capitalists, entrepreneurs, and tech companies.
by Jill Miley | Feb 25, 2014 | Voice
As the 22nd Winter Olympics in Sochi have now come to a close, it’s a perfect time to pause and reflect on what businesses can learn from the Olympics. I can’t help but to draw parallels between the critical elements required for a successful road to the gold, and those needed for today’s businesses: teamwork, focus, perseverance, leadership and strategy.
Without teamwork and great teammates, a team will struggle to win an Olympic medal, or even succeed at all, no matter how bright one or two individuals may shine.