Bank of America: A Woman’s Entrepreneurial Journey: EvolveMKD

Bank of AmericaFeb. 28, 2017 /Mogul/Megan Driscoll

Megan Driscoll is the founder and chief executive officer of EvolveMKD, a company engaged in both traditional public relations campaigns and social media content creation for clients in the healthcare, beauty and lifestyle areas. Megan grew up in Brooklyn and, later, in suburban New Jersey. Her parents, she says, were the antithesis of entrepreneurs: her mom taught school and her dad worked as a CPA. As a child, she “aspired to be President of the United States… or a hair stylist,” Megan says with a smile.

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Modern Aesthetics: Full-Circle Public Relations: Megan Driscoll on Aesthetics Insider

Modern Aesthetics

Modern Aesthetics/Megan Driscoll, Steven Dayan, MD

Today’s aesthetic practices need full-circle public relations. From developing local media contacts, building a social media presence, and managing the challenges of reputation management, today’s aesthetic physician must be sure to promote and protect his/her name. Should you hire a full-time marketing expert, contract with an outside agency, or try to do it all yourself? What should you do when confronted with a PR crisis. Industry veteran Megan Driscoll talks to host Steven Dayan, MD, FACS.

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A Look Ahead to 2017 by Megan Driscoll

megan driscoll, ceo, evolvemkd
As the owner of a “start-up” that has officially surpassed two full years in business, the beginning of 2017 afforded me an opportunity to reflect on 2016, as well as look at the year ahead. I took the time to think about what I wanted the company to accomplish as a business and as individuals in 2017. With the constant change happening in the world and media industry, it’s not only critical to set clear financial objectives but achieve the goal of being a solid corporate citizen.

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MOGUL: Why I Needed to Start My Own Company by Megan Driscoll

Mogul article - EvolveMKD

Feb. 28, 2017 /Mogul/Megan Driscoll

I never really dreamt about being an entrepreneur or starting my own company. When people used to ask me what I wanted to do when I graduated from college, my answer was “Work with nice people.” I realize now that should have been a sign, as the only way to ensure you are working with nice people, is to create the company for them to work at.

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FAST COMPANY: How My Entry-Level Job Helped Me Become A Mid-20s Entrepreneur

Feb. 22, 2017 /Fast Company/Arianna O’Dell

EVERYONE NEEDS TO WALK AWAY FEELING GOOD: Other entrepreneurs I’ve spoken to say the same. Before founding a marketing agency, Megan Driscoll was a greeter at GapKids. “My job was literally to say hello to everyone that walked in the store,” she recalls. But it taught her “the importance of a smile and having every person walk away from my interaction feeling good.” That’s not just a lesson for service roles, Driscoll says. You can’t build a successful business that doesn’t operate by that same principle. “I apply that daily with my clients now.”

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