57: Ronjini Joshua - Handling Hiring, Navigating Newsletters and the Path to Agency Ownership
Ready to Wine Down? On the show this week, April and Laura are chatting with Ronjini Joshua. She’s the CEO of the Silver Telegram PR agency and the podcast host and author behind “The PR Playbook.” Ronjini is here to discuss her career journey and life an as agency owner, including lessons learned along the way about hiring, company culture and the tech scene. BONUS: She also shares a PR Horror Story of her own! April and Laura also dish one-on-one about the dos and don’ts of how to upsell a client, and share an anonymous story about how nepotism interfered with one listener’s big promotion. Stick around to the end for a news update on all things Substack — including an insider tip from April about how to source media contacts from free newsletter subscriptions.
Substack News Roundup:
Substack’s 1 million+ paid subscriptions: https://www.axios.com/substack-1-million-paid-subscriptions-b2183669-d11b-4758-a00e-c5b6b4e19d88.html
ICYMI: April recently joined Ronjini for the The Silver Telegram’s PR Essentials Summit! You can stream their conversation on censorship in the media and the credibility of PR any time, here: www.TheSilverTelegram.com/pr-essentials-summit
Learn more about Ronjini’s work here: www.TheSilverTelegram.com
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