“In learning you will teach, and in teaching you will learn.” ― Phil Collins
Havingtimers, thank you ALL so much for joining this global havingtime family! We cannot thank you enough for sharing your incredible stories, and challenges and inspiration learning from each other, keeping each other strong and supported in this ever changing world where happiness often can take a back seat to the breakneck speed of our everyday lives.
Some of you might remember how havingtime started. But let me remind the newcomers, that it kicked off as a microblog on Twitter, and then quickly grew into something big and impactful.
Havingtime family is growing fast, and we are incredibly happy and feeling privileged to welcome the legendary Hermione Way to the havingtime family as an advisor. And Hermione, if you are reading this, thank you for being with us on this exciting journey!
Who is Hermione Way?
Hermione Way is the brand consultant who helps companies big and small accelerate the growth of their brand. With over 10 + years’ experience digital marketing for the technology industry, she has helped her clients with campaigns that have gone viral, amassing millions of views, appearing on BBC World News, NYTimes, Wall Street Journal, TechCrunch and many more.
As the former Head Of European Communications at Tinder, Hermione helped grow the brand across the UK, France, Germany, Russia, Spain & Italy. At Tinder she worked on forging first of a kind partnerships with the NHS and a voting engagement initiative for the 2016 EU Referendum.
Prior to that, she was the co-founder of Vibease, the world’s first smart vibrator and spent six years’ living in San Francisco and working as a journalist as the Silicon Valley video director of The Next Web.
She was the main cast member of the show Startups Silicon Valley, a $25million budget TV show, broadcasting to 88 million homes on the Bravo TV network.
She founded her own PR and Marketing company Waymedia.co where she worked with clients from China, USA, Canada and Europe, helping them appear on Wired, Women’s Health, VentureBeat, DailyMail and Fortune Magazine. She co-founded TechDrive.co, a publication reporting on the future of travel.
She was the founder of Hollywood Meets Silicon Valley, an event series connecting the two industries. She was the co-founder of Startup World, a global startup competition held in 25 countries, sponsored by American Airlines.
She has appeared on the front cover of the New York Times and The Sun Newspaper. She has blogged for TechCrunch and appeared on Sky News as a commentator on latest technology trends.
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