- Small touches from the Small Girls office - Thanks to Meelano for providing the perfect thrones for pitching
- Lots of healthy snacks at the Small Girls office…
- Pitching and pizza at SGPR HQ
- Stylish Gambino getting an at-home manicure from our client PRIV
- Event planning with SplashThat at #sploffsite
- Mixing business and fun at Solidoodle HQ
- A glimpse of our bookshelf. We’re noticing a trend…
- @apneetgrewal hosted a giveaway with our client BRIKA
- Shooting with the lovely Lilliana Vazquez for a segment on our client PRIV
- Surprise mid-day flowers from our lovely client Ann Taylor
Yesssssss! Our incredibly cool co-founders are featured in next month’s issue of Marie Claire as part of a round up of successful women all under the age of 35 called ”Young Guns.” They’re honored to be highlighted alongside such an amazing crew, which includes our friend Sarah Kunst.
Mal and B talk about their love for the PR business and why it works so well for them. Plus, Bianca shows off the benefits of small girl fashion by sporting a Margiela top as a dress (along with a jacket by our client Ann Taylor, who also provided Mal’s shirt!).
To see our super fly, super smart bosses, plus the other killer young professionals for yourself, visit a newsstand and pick up the September issue.
Our very own Alisa Richter talked to The Styleline, as part of their Career Chats series. Check out Alisa’s own career timeline and advice for aspiring PR professionals here!
AM New York featured PRIV in yesterday’s issue. We’re thrilled to see our client featured in one of the most popular mornings reads in NYC!
Guests got to preview the new performance collection and catch Jordyn busting out her best moves, along with her pals.
PRIV professionals were also on hand to provide nail art and makeup touchups.
We truly danced the night away. Thanks to everyone who stopped by!
Small Girls Intern Adventures
This summer, one of our all-star interns Alexis took it upon herself to compile a calendar of events throughout NYC for Small Girls interns to explore. They took charge by networking at the Her Campus National Intercollegiate Conference, celebrating the summer at the annual Intern Queen Party, and viewing outdoor film screenings at South Street Seaport! We have the coolest interns around.
P.S. Want to get in on the fun and learn more about PR? We’re looking for Fall interns! Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info. We’d love to see your resume.
Jordyn Jones in Banji (x)
Like the leggings in this video? They’re by our very own client Zara Terez! Get the look:
P.S. Don’t forget that we’re having an event with Jordyn Jones and Zara Terez this week! Who’s RSVP’d?!
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We’re looking for Fall interns! (Typing skills required)
Come learn what it’s like to work for one of the greatest, coolest PR agencies around (we might be a bit biased). If you’re interested and want more information, contact our intern coordinator Karen, email@example.com. We’d love to see your resume and some work samples!
Our dear friend Erica, of Of-A-Kind, wrote this amazing piece on Mashable about How to Start a Business with a Friend - and Actually Remain Friends, with her BFF co-founder Claire.
Obviously, as a girl-duo founded company, a lot of what they’re saying really resonated with us*. This piece is also extra special as we started Small Girls PR about 4 years ago, around the same time Claire & Erica joined forces, and I remember us meeting for the first time and discussing the projects we were about to embark on. Four years later, it’s hard not to feel nostalgic as well as proud of the success that both of our businesses have found.
From harnessing our shared history (which wasn’t as life-long as Claire and Erica’s since Mallory and I met only 6 months before we started Small Girls PR, though it feels as though we could’ve been friends for years), defining our roles (with Mallory taking on the title of CEO, and me doing more of that “creative, non-numbers, branding/ideas thing” as Creative Director), getting mistaken for each other and being asked whether or not we live together, and managing/nurturing our personal time together and apart- we can attest to the fact that these tips and tricks have definitely worked for us as well.
This piece is a must-read for fellow friend founders, who I imagine will also relate, or friends who are thinking about getting into business together, to get the real dealz. We’re so happy to call these two our friends and business running-buddies.
(Writing this post in first person on the SGPR blog- relating to me and Mallory- as though it were back in the day before we had a team contributing to the blog. Feeling inspired to get a little bit personal from this piece- and also apologies to Annie on our team for taking so long to get to this post written, even though I meant to share it when Erica’s piece first went up a month or so ago! Another challenge of growing a business- the shift in responsibilities from a two person team to a 12 person team! - xo, Bianca)