articles tagged 'Jenene Crossan'

The art of MIUAYGA: Jenene Crossan on why businesses need to get comfortable going 'off piste'

  • Marketing
  • November 16, 2015
  • Jenene Crossan
The art of MIUAYGA: Jenene Crossan on why businesses need to get comfortable going 'off piste'
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As the founder of a few companies, Jenene Crossan often gets asked to explain the traits required to succeed. She's given a range of different answers, from bravery to persistence to bossiness. But she says you can’t underestimate the importance of just starting blindly and being comfortable with your own vulnerability.

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Why I'm leaving Twitter

  • Opinion
  • February 16, 2015
  • Jenene Crossan
Why I'm leaving Twitter

Flossie founder Jenene Crossan never shies away from a public debate, so it comes a bit of a surprise to hear that she is leaving Twitter. Here's why she's had enough of communicating in 140 characters or fewer.

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Welcome to the future: Jenene Crossan on life in 2039

  • Digital
  • July 21, 2014
  • Jenene Crossan
Welcome to the future: Jenene Crossan on life in 2039

Flossie chief executive Jenene Crossan was recently asked to present a talk at the Moxie Sessions about what the next 25 years of the internet will hold for our favourite perky nation at the edge of the world. Can we stand up against the mega-trends, or will we drown in a sea of animated cat gifs? And what difference will the internet actually make to our lives? Here's her response.

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From debauched swindler to in-demand sales spinner: an audience with The Wolf of Wall St.

  • Business
  • May 7, 2014
  • Jenene Crossan
From debauched swindler to in-demand sales spinner: an audience with The Wolf of Wall St.

Jordan Belfort is, as The Independent wrote, "among the most infamous crooked businessmen in recent history". And, as Martin Scorcese's movie The Wolf of Wall St showed, he was also one of the most debauched. But after serving time following his 2004 conviction for defrauding clients out of more than $200 million, he claims to have seen the error of his ways and has reinvented himself as a motivational speaker specialising in sales techniques. Jenene Crossan dances with the Wolf.

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The future of publishing

  • Opinion
  • February 24, 2014
  • Jenene Crossan
The future of publishing

Last Thursday, Jenene Crossan, the founder of nzgirl, flossie and BloggersClub, was invited to speak at the MPA Magazine Sales Conference for 2014. Of all the notable speakers on the list, Crossan’s speech was arguably the most divisive of the day. Her insights on the role of content in the digital age raised quite a few eyebrows around the room and became a major talking point at the end of the day. So, in order to take this debate a little further, we have decided to publish a transcript of Crossan's speech.

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From blog to brand: Jenene Crossan (nzgirl)

  • Blog to brand
  • February 18, 2014
  • StopPress Team
From blog to brand: Jenene Crossan (nzgirl)

In this series, we talk to Kiwi keyboard tappers that have managed to shift from the personal realm of blogging to create online media brands that are widely read (and in some cases profitable). In this segment, we chat to Jenene Crossan, the founder and current director of nzgirl.

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Movings|Shakings: 15 January

  • Movings/Shakings, brought to you by Marsden Inch
  • January 15, 2014
  • StopPress Team
Movings|Shakings: 15 January

Playing some Christmas catch-up for the first instalment of Movings/Shakings for 2014, with changes at Cadbury, Radio New Zealand, Radio Hauraki, Skinny Mobile, Rapp, Flossie, Photoplay and Fonterra.

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Off to the social: nzgirl and the journey towards 'social magazines'

  • Digital
  • March 27, 2012
  • Jenene Crossan
Off to the social: nzgirl and the journey towards 'social magazines'

Launched pre-Google and pre-Facebook, nzgirl was one of the first kids on the online block with its first release all the way back in December 1999. Since then it’s had a few incarnations and we’ve ventured into clothing and merchandise, retail stores and an advertising network. But the one constant amongst 13 years of change has been that it keeps on keeping on. And through all the twists and turns I’ve taken it on in pursuit of the holy digital grail, the site itself, which was relaunched today, has continued to perform. 

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GrabOne offers instant mobile gratification, Flossie.com taps into 'quiet-time'

  • Digital
  • February 1, 2012
  • Ben Fahy
GrabOne offers instant mobile gratification, Flossie.com taps into 'quiet-time'

Following in the footsteps of Facebook Deals, Groupon Now and other large deal-providers offering location-specific discounts in real-time, GrabOne has launched its version in New Zealand, Instant. And, on the same day, Flossie.com has also relaunched itself as "a quiet-time appointment channel for the hair and beauty industry" in an effort to tap into the burgeoning deal-hunting consumer movement.

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