partnerships as pr
PR is expensive, measuring results is tricky, and it’s no longer as effective as it once was. Why pay outrageous monthly fees to an agency when you can get your own PR by leveraging partnerships? Learn how to gain promotion through collaborating with well-aligned communities.
WHO is THIS program FOR?
Want to amplify their message and grow their business, but in a way that doesn’t feel gross or contrived
Get excited about the idea of having a template or tool for every scenario
Just need a plan, and someone to point them in the right direction but then let them take the wheel
Are running a service or product-based business that supports women or does good in the world
Are open to support, guidance, and a little bit of tough love, all in the name of personal and professional evolution
Are down with a little universe/manifestation talk mixed in with business strategy/best practices
Are ready to put in the work, show up for themselves and their business, and make big moves in their business
Wants to collaborate with brands and individuals not just for their own gain, but to support and amplify the partner’s messages too
what's the plan?
I believe in the philosophy of “Catch a (wo)man a fish, she’ll eat for a day. Teach a (wo)man to fish, she’ll eat for a lifetime.” I empower my clients with the ability to think collaboratively and leverage my experience and frameworks to grow their business with partnerships long after our time together is over. I’m not going to do the work for you, but by the end of our sessions you won’t need me to. Throughout our 10 sessions, we’ll cover:
Company Deep Dive
Asks + Gives
Curating + Cultivating Your Community (aka Networking)
The Pitch + Outreach
The Call + Ideation
Execution + Evaluation
Relationship Maintenance + Partner Re-engagement
what does it include?
(10) 1-hour weekly 1:1 sessions (via Zoom or in-person in Culver City) with Baily
Weekly Downloadable Worksheets
Collaboration Templates + Tools + Best Practices
Access to Baily via email in-between sessions for questions and feedback
Inclusion in the private Slack Community with all of Baily’s past clients
Access to Baily’s network of over 615K connections
Running a business is hard, often lonely work, and paying for promotion for your product, event, or service can only get you so far in this noisy world. Hiring a PR team to help get the word out can run you anywhere from $3,000 to $30,000 a month with no guaranteed ROI, which can feel like lighting a big pile of cash you don’t have on fire and watching it burn.
Why operate in a vacuum when you could collaborate with well-aligned partners to help one another gain exposure and hit your goals together? By harnessing the power of partnerships, you can more easily reach your future fans in a way that feels authentic, impactful, and - gasp! - even fun.
I am a collaboration connoisseur; a partnerships addict. When I see a great company doing exciting things, I can’t help but think of all the other companies they could work with to amplify their message. I believe that all companies have the potential to be better by sharing resources to accomplish a common goal.
I also have a natural affinity for structure, efficiency, and standard operating procedures, which was only deepened when I received my MBA with specializations in Entrepreneurship and Management. Couple that with my ability to adapt, innovate, and find creative solutions on the fly and you’ve got a woman who can make a plan and pull it off, no matter what hiccups come along the way.
In my time at General Assembly, I grew the Los Angeles email list from less than 20K to over 80K subscribers in a little over a year, primarily through well-aligned partnerships. Growing an email list is not thrilling, but bringing together like-minded communities both online and off for mutually-beneficial, highly-engaging, co-produced experiences and campaigns is.
My work with the Innovations Team at OMD challenged me to identify strategic partners for a variety of clients across many industries in a fast-paced, tight turnaround environment. With upwards of three ideation sessions per week, I established an expanded, adaptable partnerships process, and developed an eye for innovative collaborations that accomplished lofty goals on modest budgets with seemingly impossible timelines.
WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR?
Ready to get started? Me too!