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Executive Speech Coaching

Somewhere along your path to execudom, you took a public speaking course. It may have been in undergrad or foisted upon you by your VC firm, but it’s likely you’ve not come this far in your career without being forced to stand and deliver in front of an audience … and been critiqued....

CASE STUDY || New School Benefits from Old School


Startups often find themselves in need of exceptional talent.

For Practichem, a biotech tools company in Raleigh, growth was sitting in their laps, right next to a waiting list for their breakthrough, cloud-based research equipment. Yet their ability to reach ‘lift off’ was being impeded...

Why Wilmington Needs WOMEN TO WATCH

 
 “Women are fifty percent of the population. If we are doing fifty percent of the work, we deserve fifty percent of the recognition.”
That’s according to Ann Revell-Pechar, Women to Watch finalist, local entrepreneur, and my boss. Women to Watch is an annual awards ceremony...

Innovation Exploration: Wilmington’s CIE Hosts Coastal Connect

Innovation Exploration: Wilmington’s CIE Hosts Coastal Connect
 
Tomorrow, UNCW's Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CIE) hosts its own birthday party! It’s going to be a great full-day conference, called Coastal Connect Entrepreneur Conference.
 
More than...

The Impact of Healthcare IT Part 3: Entrepreneurial Vistas

The third and final installment of an interview series with Dr. Mark Braunstein, Director of the Health Systems Institute at Georgia Tech, and columnist at InformationWeek.

This blog post was originally written and posted for Smashing Boxes.
By Ann Revell-Pechar

We all hate to think of our industry as...

The Impact of Healthcare IT Part 2: Big Data, Big Cloud, Big Finance

Part two of an interview series with Mark Braunstein, Director of the Health Systems Institute at Georgia Tech, and columnist at InformationWeek. A decade or so ago only a very few professionals used the term Logistics, yet it very quickly moved from an IT and Operations handle into the boardroom.  Dr....

The Impact of Healthcare IT Part 1: The Lay of the Land

An interview series with Mark Braunstein, Director of the Health Systems Institute at Georgia Tech, and columnist at InformationWeek.

This blog post was originally written and posted for Smashing Boxes.
By Ann Revell-Pechar

A decade or so ago only a very few professionals used the term logistics, yet it...

Impacting Expansion for American Homestay Network

A. Revell Communications was founded in 1993 in Seattle as Reed Revell-Pechar, Inc., and since then many of our clients have been entrepreneurs. The American Homestay Network (AHN), our newest client, is based in Seattle, and they’ve hired us to help people across America become entrepreneurs....

Business Radio X Opens in Wilmington, NC

 Helping Businesses Get their Stories out to the World

Businesses in Wilmington just got a new friend. A. Revell Communications, a Wilmington, NC-based communications consulting firm, has opened the first Business RadioX studio outside of the company’s five Atlanta founding studios. Located...

6 Do’s and Don’ts of Hosting a Radio Broadcast or Podcast

A. Revell Communications in opening an internet radio studio this week! The Business RadioX studio is located in historic downtown Wilmington, NC, in the building right next door to NPR. A prescient move—we’ll produce long-form interviews, without commercials, just like certain NPR shows....

3 Tips for Public Speaking Success

By Lauren Hoffman

You have been working all week on your presentation to the company execs. Palms sweating, knees shaking, and voice trembling, you walk to the front of the room and barely manage to get out an awkward introduction.

You are not alone… 75% of people are thought to have glossophobia...

New App brings Stealz to Our Hometown of Wilmington, NC

By Lauren Hoffman


Wilmington locals love to go out to eat so we are always looking for great deals at our favorite restaurants and hangouts. Business owners in Wilmington are also looking for better ways to increase sales and market affordably to their customers. John Charlesworth, a recent business grad...