C1 Revolution speaks with Roger Germann, Executive Vice President of Chicago’s Shedd Aquarium about communicating the work and mission of a traditional company
C1 Revolution presents Emerald-Jane Hunter, owner of Emerald-Jane Hunter Productions and former booker for ABC Chicago’s Windy City Live, on how social media is an important resource for her to do her job effectively.
Assistant producer for the Chicago Bulls Cody Madsen talks about how social media (specifically Snapchat) is allowing the NBA team to connect with fans around the world.
Victoria Kent is founder of Victoria Kent PR. She’s a food and beverage specialist who has consistently placed clients in top-tier publications such as the New York Times, Travel+Leisure, People Magazine, Food & Wine, the TODAY Show and Chicago Tribune. Here she shares the tactics, strategies and mindset that’s allowed her and her clients to stand out in the crowded field.
C1 Revolution features Alex Moresco, founder of A Moresco PR, who shares her story of making a living building Instagram followings and gives you some pro tips
Mike Salvatore, owner of Heritage Bicycles, sharing lessons he learned by creating a brand people love. The Chicago entrepreneur admits he doesn’t have it all figured about but with customers like Beyonce, Jay-Z and Jack Dorsey, co-founder and CEO of Twitter, it’s clear he’s doing something right. Follow Heritage on Instagram here.
Media personalities and long-time couple Bob Sirott and Marianne Murciano are off the air and moving into the food blogger space with Suso’s Fork. These #Revolutionaries open up about the changes they’ve seen in the media (think fax machines and the introduction of a video recorder) and how it’s led them to where they are today.
Sarah and Davide Arel are co-founders of Chefmade, a fresh, healthy meal delivery service in Chicago. In this episode of #TheRevolutionaries, the couple discusses how partnering up in business is a lot like marriage, and how they are able to survive the two.