Telling your story with passion.
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Carrie-Ann and Cat’s Pajamas believe in the power of collaboration. At this time collaboration rather than competition will be the way to support business owners to really move forward and be sustainable.
Building your network through trusted relationships with people who have similar values to you and your brand will provide opportunities to collaborate, engage in new projects and really raise the profile of you and your business.
Being able to tell your story and the story of your brand is crucial to help build your network and for people to understand why they should collaborate with you.
If you would like to find out more about Cat’s Pajamas visit www.cats-pajamas.co.uk
If you work in the creative industry (communications, marketing, PR) and would like to find out more about the Cat’s Pajamas Collaborative visit https://www.cats-pajamas.co.uk/our-collaborative
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If you work in the creative industry (communications, marketing, PR) and would like to find out more about the Cat’s Pajamas Collaborative
Cat’s Pajamas Convos is our amazing podcast speaking with creatives in many industries gaining business insights as well as tips and tricks for successful businesses
Carrie-Ann has over 15 years communications and engagement experience in the NHS and is an experienced senior leader. Prior to joining the NHS, she worked in marketing and sales in the private sector.
She founded Cat’s Pajamas in April 2019 to support local small businesses to tell their stories and improve their communications. She runs the Cat’s Pajamas Collaborative to help other communications professionals come together for support, networking and opportunities to collaborate.
Carrie-Ann is part of a collaboration running the AWEsome Women’s Retreat and AWEsome Women Online.
As well as her professional experience, Carrie-Ann has a PGCert in Healthcare Communications, a BSc Open (psychology, sociology and media studies) and she holds the AMEC Certificate in Measurement and Evaluation. She is a member of the PRCA, vice chair of the PRCA Public Sector Group and is passionate about ensuring communications is valued strategically in all organisations.