Kate Fitzpatrick Consulting, focusing on custom social media and public relations strategies
- Why did you start your business?
- What sets you apart from other social media managers?
- What advice do you have for other entrepreneurs?
- How do you take care of yourself?
- How should small businesses be using social media right now?
- What resources can you recommend for mompreneurs?
After developing a diverse set of public relations and editorial skills at one of the biggest magazine publishers in the world, Kate Fitzpatrick was motivated by my passion for health and wellness to transition into the non-profit world. Over several years, she honed her communications and social media skills at the T.J. Martell Foundation for Leukemia, Cancer & AIDS Research (tjmartell.org).
Driven to help small businesses find success in an increasingly competitive industry, she leveraged this experience to start Kate Fitzpatrick Consulting. Public relations and social media savvy are essential to today’s professional, and she is passionate about helping health-related businesses reach the clients they deserve.
Kate has consulted on public relations and social media strategy for Mom Gets A Life; Personalized Living: Using the Blood Type Diets cookbook series; Elevation Spinning & Personal Training; Tesa Baum Reiki; Tabares Chiropractic; Do Good Real Estate; All Destinations Travel; Minuteman Press of Danbury; The Pilates Advantage; Bernard’s Restaurant, Sarah’s Wine Bar, and Sarah Bouissou’s Catering; Wilton Family YMCA; Jennifer Roy Collection; Frittabello and Brandmark Studios.
Her services include social media reviews, coaching sessions and long-term maintenance packages, as well as website audits, copywriting and newsletters.
For more information please visit www.katefitzpatrick.com.
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