The New New Thing Podcast: Mastering the Gig Economy With Creative Quarterback Founder

Published in Innovation, Marketing Tips, Podcast on July 31, 2017

By Liz Prugh | Quantifi

The New New Thing Podcast: Mastering the Gig Economy With Creative Quarterback Founder

Are you curious about the gig economy or what it’s like to run your own business remotely? Then tune into this week’s The New New Thing podcast, where we feature special guest Nicole Ross, Founder and Head Coach at Creative Quarterbacka virtual marketing agency 100% powered by freelance talent that gives clients access to big-boy creative and project management.

Nicole joins us from her home in Montana, where she moved after launching her business. She not only successfully runs her business from the beautiful state, but she’s mastered the art of balancing her passion—riding horses—with growing her company.

We pick Nicole’s brain on the ever-evolving gig economy, her business goals, and how she manages her flexible schedule.

Tune in for details on:

  • The many experiments Nicole ran her first year of business, and which ones worked—and which did not;
  • Why she moved away from her core professional network (physically) in Indianapolis to Montana and how that helped her business and why was it so important for her to move;
  • The specific tools Nicole uses and relies on for day-to-day operations;
  • Specific programs and ideas Nicole has found successful for both her internal and external teams;
  • and more!

Learn more about Creative Quarterback by visiting its website and following the team on Twitter @CreativeQB.

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This podcast is hosted by R. J. Talyor, editor-in-chief of The New New Thing and CEO at Quantifiand Liz Prugh, managing editor of The New New Thing. New episodes are published every Monday.