In this week's episode of the Dear BAMf podcast, we speak with Sam Ahmed, Head of Marketing & Communications at Nauta Capital. Sam is passionate about telling context-driven founder and brand stories that inspire. With 10+ years' of experience leading multi-channel marketing & communication initiatives at incubators, accelerators, and venture capital, she's worked with some of Europe's most innovative teams. In this episode, Sam speaks on tough marketing and PR questions for our listeners, including this one about international marketing:
My startup is based in Europe, but we have a big presence in the States and the U.S. is our main market. Given our big footprint in Europe, I'm finding it hard for U.S. press to consider us for coverage, even to mention us alongside competitors. We're a dominant player in the industry and soon to be a unicorn-level valued company. What are your thoughts on getting more U.S. press given our non-U.S. headquarters?
Listen now to hear how Sam advises this writer to move forward.
We are all BAMfs (badass motherf*ckers) according to us, but sometimes even BAMfs need help. Dear BAMf is an advice column-style podcast that lets you anonymously hit us with your hardest marketing and PR questions hosted by Founder & CEO of BAM Communications, Beck Bamberger.
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