1. Darren Shuster, the CEO and Founder of 18-year old, Los Angeles-based Pop Culture PR, has appeared on two dozen LIVE or taped TV segments since January 1, 2015. These included FOX, CBS, ABC, NBC and CNN appearances on behalf of selected clients.
From the I’ve-Been-In-The-PR-Business-For-17-Years Department:
After working with a Wall Street Journal/ MarketWatch reporter recently on a CEO-Business-Advertising story, I bumped into a much welcomed reminder:
There are still passionate, real, thinking, inquisitive reporters in the world. Habitually checking facts, engaging in multiple conversations, obsessing over details, follow-up emails, clarification requests at all hours of the night, quality time on the phone, asking tough questions, great listening skills.
In March 2014, CEO and Founder of Roar Clothing, Deepak Vasandani, was interviewed by The Wall Street Journal’s MarketWatch Radio program. The company is celebrating its 20 Year Anniversary in 2014 and MarketWatch asked Vasandani about his key to success — not easy in the world of fashion — and the answer was a bit surprising: “As CEO, living in the moment is key. I don’t text or rely on personal technology because I need to be present, to focus on opportunities and big ideas.” With more than $20 million in annual sales, Vasandani has built a company around the simple mantra: “Enough Excuses. Get it Done.”