Leaving it all to follow a passion with Nora DiNuzzo

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W.E. Podcast was created by Redtree's CEO Meesha Gerhart in a effort to share Women Entrepreneurs stories with other Entrepreneurs. Read more about the podcast »

Join us as we discuss Nora’s scary jump from being a High Level Executive into Entrepreneurship by focusing on small businesses and following her passion.

About Guest

Nora spent the first 15 years of her career working for independent advertising agencies, pitching hundreds of brands from startups to Fortune 500.

She took everything she learned in the ad world and combined it with her passion for working directly with founders to start Pitcher – a brand strategy and growth consultancy for small businesses (<$25mm) that are ready to make a big impact.

Pitcher’s process gets to the heart of what’s been holding you back – then repositions your company to win and grow.

Connect with Nora at:

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/noradinuzzo/
LinkedIn Company Page: https://www.linkedin.com/company/pitchergrowth/
Instagram: @pitchergrowth
Website: https://www.pitchergrowth.com/


About W.E. (Women Entrepreneurs) Podcast

W.E. is a podcast about and for women entrepreneurs. There are so many badass women worldwide killing it with their businesses! On W.E., our host Meesha Gerhart, found of Redtree, and guest Entrepreneurs sit down with these women and learn about how they got started, the challenges of starting and running a business, as well as the triumphs and unexpected joys.


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