ABOUT ZINDSEY MEDIA
There's a story in everything.
We believe no story is too small.
We are an international public relations and media relations firm dedicated to startups, small and medium businesses.
For the past 11+ years, we've either been working in or working with the media. From news reporting, to consumer marketing, to communications for large organizations, to communication strategy for government agencies.
Ultimately, effectively telling good stories is our profession and passion. More importantly, your business' news is unique and newsworthy. And media exposure can significantly bolster business' growth.
Every company was once a startup.
Let's tell your story together.
Our eight philosophies:
1. There's a story in everything.
2. Every company was once a startup.
3. A solid media strategy is key to a business' growth.
4. Establishing a face for the business' resonates with both customers and media.
5. Succinct, simple-but-sophisticated delivery is critical.
6. Getting facts straight is integral to credibility.
7. Growth depends on a business' potential and current customers' awareness of that business.
8. No story is too small.
Focusing on startup, small and medium businesses has led us to work with the following impressive and growing companies:
ABOUT CARSON QUINN
ZINDSEY MEDIA is led by Carson Krislov Quinn.
As a journalist, Carson reported on-air for CBS, NBC, FOX and independent television affiliates, and online for UsWeekly magazine, HealthZette, Thrillist, PYMNTS, Indy's Child magazine and other outlets across the Country.
As a communications executive, Carson was Spokesperson and Public Information Officer (PIO) for Illinois' Dept. of Transportation, the Dept. of Revenue and the Liquor Control Commission. In consumer marketing, she promoted and protected the image of large businesses, including Sears, Craftsman tools, Kenmore appliances and the National Confectioners Association, and smaller startups like Murfie and ConfirmDocs.
She holds a bachelors degree from Cornell University, and a masters degree in journalism from Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism.