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Stage 32 is a networking platform dedicated to providing a productive and educational environment for film, TV, and theater creatives—or as we around here say—Facebook that’s exclusively for entertainment professionals. Because of her background in film PR, marketing, and branding, Tamaryn is able to provide Stage 32 and its members with helpful information into the benefits of working with a PR team through all stages of filmmaking.
We’re excited to announce our new client, Wicked Cool Nuts! an L.A. based snack company that offers delicious nutty and dehydrated treats such as assorted nuts, tomato chips, and kale chips—all in a variety of flavors. All of their treats are vegetarian, gluten-free, and made in a home kitchen, permitted by the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health and city of Los Angeles. These snacks make a great gift for any occasion. But they’re especially great for hostess gifts, housewarming gifts, and holiday gifts.
We’ve recently covered our very own Tamaryn’s work style and the necessities that accompany her on the go in her mobile office. Today we’re going to dive into my own mobile office and see how I’ve been preparing for ArtPrize On Screen. I’ve been working with Spectacle Creative Media since June and I’ve made many advancements, including in my work style. I mean c’mon, I’ve been learning from the best!
#TeamSpectacle is headed to ArtPrize On Screen this week with the Grand Rapids Film Society. To honor that, our own Tamaryn has compiled some helpful tips on how to create your mobile office. Having a well stocked mobile office can save you time and help shred stress.
PR pros, especially Film PR pros, are required to be professional, be prepared, and be portable. We can go from the office to client meetings, to life on set, to hosting an event any given day. And we’re not the only ones. More people are choosing to work a mobile life. If you’re new to this work style, here’s some ideas to get you started.