There’s a #FirstTweet for Everything: 
Such a fantastic campaign to celebrate Twitter’s 8 years- looking back at everyone’s beginnings by allowing users to search their first tweet ever.
This one was ours.  Obviously.

There’s a #FirstTweet for Everything: 

Such a fantastic campaign to celebrate Twitter’s 8 years- looking back at everyone’s beginnings by allowing users to search their first tweet ever.

This one was ours.  Obviously.

It’s that time again! We are starting Small Girls summer internship interviews. If you are interested or want more information, contact our lovely intern coordinator, Taigen (taigen@smallgirlspr.com). We’d love to see your resume and some work samples. 

It’s that time again! We are starting Small Girls summer internship interviews. If you are interested or want more information, contact our lovely intern coordinator, Taigen (taigen@smallgirlspr.com). We’d love to see your resume and some work samples. 

Last month, Liza, from Fashion Accelerator 360, reached out to us offering an opportunity to participate in one of their online courses, and to share our experience with you -  FA360 is a multi-platform learning experience that offers you full access to the industry’s most established experts. 
We took the Social Derby class from Chelsea Matthews (the CEO & Founder of Matte Black) - a four week course based on understanding how to use social media to grow your business - a topic we LOVE (of course)! Although this is something we do everyday, it was a fantastic social media refresher. It’s always good to go back to the basics, right?
For those of you future PR stars reading our blog - we HIGHLY suggest this class. Think of it as a blueprint for establishing your place in the social space. Yay for social media!!
Big thanks to the FA360 team for allowing us this opportunity.  

Last month, Liza, from Fashion Accelerator 360, reached out to us offering an opportunity to participate in one of their online courses, and to share our experience with you -  FA360 is a multi-platform learning experience that offers you full access to the industry’s most established experts. 

We took the Social Derby class from Chelsea Matthews (the CEO & Founder of Matte Black) - a four week course based on understanding how to use social media to grow your business - a topic we LOVE (of course)! Although this is something we do everyday, it was a fantastic social media refresher. It’s always good to go back to the basics, right?

For those of you future PR stars reading our blog - we HIGHLY suggest this class. Think of it as a blueprint for establishing your place in the social space. Yay for social media!!

Big thanks to the FA360 team for allowing us this opportunity.  

And  today we finally we wrap up our Intern Interview series with Liz.
Name?: Liz 
Where are you from?: Massachusetts
Age?: 21
What makes you a Small Girl?: I’m ambitious and hardworking while loving glitter, sparkles and bows at the same time. 
What did you want to be when you grew up?: A hairdresser, a teacher and an Olympic gymnast… I’ve always been a supporter of multitasking.
What’s one thing you couldn’t live without?: Fleece blankets- I sleep with at least 3 of them, so props to whoever invented them. 
If you were stranded on an island what would you bring?: Nutella- I firmly believe it can cure anything.
Where is your favorite place in the world?: Fenway Park- there is so much Bostonian Spirit in such a small area, I absolutely love going there. 
What is your favorite color nail polish?: Bring on the Bling by OPI.
If you were a Crayola crayon what color would you be?: Razzmatazz.
What’s your favorite sport or hobby?: Cheerleading-  it IS a sport ;)
If you were an animal what would you be?: A monkey because I love walking around on my hands and doing flips and what not.  
Cats or Dogs?: Dogs. I think cats have a secret agenda. 
Favorite designer?: Jovani (Yes, the prom dress line. Prom was my favorite time of the year in high school and it coincidentally happened that every dress I chose was Jovani). 
Who is your celeb muse?: Beyonce (of course). 
What is your dream car?: A PINK HUMMER.
What is your favorite cuisine?: Italian- *carbs*
Where do you see yourself in 5 years?: Happy, in love and at a job that I enjoy.  

And  today we finally we wrap up our Intern Interview series with Liz.

Name?: Liz 

Where are you from?: Massachusetts

Age?: 21

What makes you a Small Girl?: I’m ambitious and hardworking while loving glitter, sparkles and bows at the same time.

What did you want to be when you grew up?: A hairdresser, a teacher and an Olympic gymnast… I’ve always been a supporter of multitasking.

What’s one thing you couldn’t live without?: Fleece blankets- I sleep with at least 3 of them, so props to whoever invented them.

If you were stranded on an island what would you bring?: Nutella- I firmly believe it can cure anything.

Where is your favorite place in the world?: Fenway Park- there is so much Bostonian Spirit in such a small area, I absolutely love going there.

What is your favorite color nail polish?: Bring on the Bling by OPI.

If you were a Crayola crayon what color would you be?: Razzmatazz.

What’s your favorite sport or hobby?: Cheerleading-  it IS a sport ;)

If you were an animal what would you be?: A monkey because I love walking around on my hands and doing flips and what not.  

Cats or Dogs?: Dogs. I think cats have a secret agenda.

Favorite designer?: Jovani (Yes, the prom dress line. Prom was my favorite time of the year in high school and it coincidentally happened that every dress I chose was Jovani).

Who is your celeb muse?: Beyonce (of course).

What is your dream car?: A PINK HUMMER.

What is your favorite cuisine?: Italian- *carbs*

Where do you see yourself in 5 years?: Happy, in love and at a job that I enjoy.  

Some of our #DutchToday wearable tech designers are featured on NY Mag’s thecut today.

Some of our #DutchToday wearable tech designers are featured on NY Mag’s thecut today.


The grass isn’t the only thing greener on the other side. Across the East River lies an office filled with all the necessary (and unnecessary) frills that an office, of small girls, could ever need. These St. Patrick’s Day gems are no exception. 


All green everything at SGPR today!
The grass isn’t the only thing greener on the other side. Across the East River lies an office filled with all the necessary (and unnecessary) frills that an office, of small girls, could ever need. These St. Patrick’s Day gems are no exception. 

All green everything at SGPR today!

Join us next Monday, March 17th for the United Women in Business Foundation (UWIB)'s event at Wix Lounge where our co-founder Bianca Caampued will be speaking on a panel on The Savvy Girl’s Guide to Social Media!

RSVP on the eventbrite

They don’t call her “Pal Mal” for no reason. Mallory reminded us of her uncanny ability to make new friends when she sat on a plane next to a stranger and left the plane with a new pal, Peter. To our delight, he sent some awesome first aid goodies from DC Safety Sales Co. After all, strangers are just friends we haven’t met yet!

We here at Small Girls are major internet fans. Have you ever seen that movie about the bald guy who commits crimes because if he doesn’t commit crimes he’ll be bored and boredom, for this particular bald guy, spells instant and painful death? I haven’t but I’m pretty sure that Small Girls’ relationship with the internet is exactly like that guy’s relationship with hurting people and stealing things—i.e. without it we would literally die. (BTW if you were gonna pedantically be like “uch that’s not what LITERALLY means” I have bad news for you, Merriam-Webster now accepts the informal, hyperbolic usage of that word, and also anyway we WOULD literally die, so there!) The internet not existing would *severely* hinder our ability to service our clients and/or send each other amusing Buzzfeed lists, which in our book is roughly equivalent to death. One time our internet went down and like, you have never seen such pained/frustrated faces. Some of us screamed. Other people were like, “why are you screaming? Stop screaming please.” Then those people realized the internet was down and started screaming, too. It was very loud. ANYWAY mention all this ‘cause the internet turned 25 today!! Happy birthday internet, because of you we are not screaming right now.

We here at Small Girls are major internet fans. Have you ever seen that movie about the bald guy who commits crimes because if he doesn’t commit crimes he’ll be bored and boredom, for this particular bald guy, spells instant and painful death? I haven’t but I’m pretty sure that Small Girls’ relationship with the internet is exactly like that guy’s relationship with hurting people and stealing things—i.e. without it we would literally die. (BTW if you were gonna pedantically be like “uch that’s not what LITERALLY means” I have bad news for you, Merriam-Webster now accepts the informal, hyperbolic usage of that word, and also anyway we WOULD literally die, so there!) The internet not existing would *severely* hinder our ability to service our clients and/or send each other amusing Buzzfeed lists, which in our book is roughly equivalent to death. One time our internet went down and like, you have never seen such pained/frustrated faces. Some of us screamed. Other people were like, “why are you screaming? Stop screaming please.” Then those people realized the internet was down and started screaming, too. It was very loud. ANYWAY mention all this ‘cause the internet turned 25 today!! Happy birthday internet, because of you we are not screaming right now.

This past weekend GE & Quirky hosted a “Night of Invention” at SXSW.

StarTalk host and 90’s kid favorite, Bill Nye The Science Guy opened up the evening with a live Quirky Product Evaluation joining Quirky founder Ben Kaufman & actor and comedian Andy Samberg. Together, they debated product ideas submitted by Quirky’s community, the most popular of which will be made and brought to market. 

The evening continued with Bill Nye hosting a special edition of StarTalk Live, a regularly occurring podcast started by Neil deGrasse Tyson that brings together comedians and scientists to discuss science news. Joining StarTalk were comics Eugene Mirman (Bob’s Burgers) & Jenny Slate. (House of Lies & Marcel the Shell)