Revel in the News
See Revel’s recent press, social media features, speaking engagements, and thought leadership on brand editorial and content strategy.
FORTUNE Most Powerful Women Next Gen Summit 2023
Fostering Your Personal Brand
Revel cofounder Cristina Goyanes was invited to speak at the 2023 Fortune Most Powerful Women Next Gen Summit in San Diego. She joined a panel discussion with three other powerhouse comms and PR leaders to chat about fostering your personal brand. Cristina shared smart and effective tactics for building clout and prominence online in any sector.
‘A Different Path to Growth’: WTF Is Quiet Ambition?
Digiday WorkLife asks Revel cofounder Abby Lerner about what “quiet ambition” really means and why it’s important employers learn how to support it.
Americans Are in the Era of Quiet Ambition: No Longer ‘Chasing Achievement for Achievements’ Sake’
Revel cofounder Cristina Goyanes chats with Fortune about the “quiet ambition” revolution and how this new approach to her career has enabled her to prioritize family and relationships while finding success in entrepreneurship.
Here’s What Small-Business Owners Need to Know About Misleading Customers
Inc. Magazine asks Revel cofounder Amanda Jedeikin for her take on what’s called “dark patterns” or “deceptive marketing patterns.” Revel doesn’t engage in duplicative tactics and advises clients on the right way to boost sales and engagement.
HISPANIC EXECUTIVE MAGAZINE
Cristina Goyanes Leads with Patience and Faith
Revel cofounder Cristina Goyanes, a first-generationa Latinx from New York City, opens up about her personal journey from magazine editor to founder with Hispanic Executive Magazine as part of their “First Year” series spotlighting entrepreneurs.
WOMEN'S MEDIA GROUP
Panel: How to Prepare Your Pivot Outside of Traditional Media From Women Who Did It
Cristina Goyanes shared the impetus for cofounding Revel with fellow former magazine editors and digital directors Amanda Jedeikin and Abby Lerner at a panel discussion for Women’s Media Group hosted by recruiter and career coach Chandra Turner.