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On today's bonus episode, Emily welcomes her Insta-Friend, Nan Philip onto the show!

Nan is the founder of Nan Philip Consulting. A graduate of Middlebury College, Nan’s career started at Blitzer & Company, a boutique PR firm in New York City, representing top interior designers and home brands. From there, Nan joined the team at Weezie Towels, a direct-to-consumer startup, to manage their PR in-house and be part of their marketing team. Afterward, Nan took her experience to a larger company and joined the marketing team at J.McLaughlin, a clothing brand with over 100 stores throughout the US.

In early 2020, Nan forged her own path and started Nan Philip Consulting where she offers public relations and strategy services to interior designers and lifestyle brands. Nan works with her clients to spread awareness for their brands through various channels, from press placements, influencer partnerships, consumer-facing marketing strategies, and more.

We dive into all things social media, authenticity, and finances on this episode and we know you're going to enjoy every moment while listening!

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