Gaining Momentum Through Public Relations

How to pitch yourself and your company to the media


Secure your place today and learn how to pitch the media and generate your own media success! Although social media is an important part of your public relations strategy, traditional media relations and working with a variety of news outlets is still needed to communicate your messages.

We know that entrepreneurs are a special group of people. You are smart and have newsworthy ideas and businesses, but many times entrepreneurs can’t support a Big PR Agency Budget or a multi-month campaign spearheaded by consultants. Does that mean that you don’t deserve your own PR? No. You do!! Come learn how to figure out your story and communicate it with an audience that can take your business success to the next level.

THANK YOU to McGinnis, Lochridge & Kilgore, LLP, for sharing their classroom with us to host this session.


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Anne Lasseigne Tiedt co-founded Momentum Public Relations with Laura Bond Williams in fall 2008. For the past 14 years, Anne has combined big idea thinking with get-it-done well practicality to create nationally award-winning campaigns. She excels at finding and creating new partnerships that raise awareness of a client’s brand and services, brings in new opportunities and creates media-worthy buzz. Anne serves as a senior counselor to non-profit executives and corporate leaders, delivering advice, creating programs, facilitating board meetings and creating the story that will be noticed by important constituents and stakeholders. As a speaker, Anne co-leads a workshop series for entrepreneurs and non-profits who want to know more about how to create successful media campaigns. Additionally, she has led seminars and spoken at Texas State University, Greenlights for Nonprofit Success and the Executive Women in Texas Government conference. In late 2009, Anne accepted two national Clarion Awards from the Association for Women in Communications for her successful work related to the Grand Opening of the Kozmetsky Center for Child Protection in Austin, TX. She was recently accepted into the 2010 Leadership Texas Class and in April 2010 will be recognized as the Outstanding Chapter Member of the Association of Women in Communications, Austin Chapter. In the last few months she has had clients in the following media outlets: • Austin Business Journal • Dallas Business Journal (photo taken; interview scheduled) • Austin American-Statesman • Woman’s Day • Good Housekeeping • Better Homes and Gardens • Consumer Reports’ Smart Shopper • Family Circle • Boston Globe • Seattle Intelligencer • Tampa Tribune