Renowned for helping others find their voice in the media, PR and marketing “go-to” girl Linda Reed-Enever is currently making her own headlines after being named as one of Australia’s top 10 Women Entrepreneurs by My Entrepreneur Magazine.
As the founder of PR agency Thoughtspot PR, media distribution agency Media Connections, and business networking and resources site Business Business Business, Linda joins a prestigious list of women nominated by My Entrepreneur Magazine who have created and led their own companies to success.
The shortlist was announced on July 14 and recognises “the outstanding contribution made by individual Australian women to their businesses and, in many cases, their local communities”.
“The 10 female Australian business leaders nominated by My Entrepreneur Magazine are of different ages, social backgrounds and industries. However, the one common thread which unites them is that they dared to believe. And, in believing, they made the seemingly impossible a reality,” My Entrepreneur explained.
Describing the accolade as a huge “honour”, Linda said she was thrilled to be among such an accomplished group of women forging their own successful path in business.
“Taking a business from concept to reality is no small accomplishment,” Linda explained. “It requires energy, drive and an ultimate belief in what you can achieve.
“But the rewards are well worth the effort. Each day I enjoy the privilege of loving what I do. I meet fantastic people, share my skills, learn from others and thrive on the challenge of delivering advice, expertise and knowledge to other businesses.
“To be recognised for that by My Entrepreneur Magazine is just the icing on the cake.”
Linda’s path to business success began in 2012 when she formally started Thoughtspot PR, utilising over 15 years in the corporate communications realm. Looking for further ways to connect her clients with the media, she founded media release distribution site Media Connections the same year.
Linda soon realised she was among other business operators looking to network and share resources, so she started Business Business Business as a facebook group in 2014, before launching its own dedicated site for over 10,000 members two years later.
Linda is renowned for her “can do” attitude, ability to think on her feet and her innate skills at networking.
Further information about My Entrepreneur’s Top 10 Women Business Entrepreneurs is available at www.myentrepreneurmagazine.com.
For further information or to arrange an interview, contact:
Linda Reed-Enever at firstname.lastname@example.org or on M. 0433 149 319.
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