I’m crowded with client thoughts.
“Steve is downright funny. We saw him at the Parthenon. He actually made my fellow stoics bend over in laughter despite their ill-fitting togas.”
“Steve’s material spoke directly to the pain points that we all go through in PR industry but never had the guts to mention. My face actually hurt after his set.”
- Donna Reade, PR Week
A PR GUY'S PERSPECTIVE ON A WORLD GONE MAD
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Robert Phillips, a former Edelman U.K. executive, has just published a book titled, “Trust Me, PR is Dead.” I read a review of the book in O’Dwyers and must paraphrase Shakespeare by [...] view full post >
Posted: February 27 2015 19:34:10
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Steve Cody at GVCC - April 25, 2014
Recorded: April 25, 2014
Steve “RepMan” Cody (AKA the Mid-life Crisis Comic) performing Friday April 25th 2013 at The Greenwich Village Comedy Club
Steve Cody at GVVC - March 8, 2013
Recorded: March 8, 2013
Steve “RepMan” Cody (AKA the Mid-life Crisis Comic) performing Friday March 8th 2013 at the Greenwich Village Comedy Comedy Club
Steve Cody at NYCC January 25, 2013
Recorded: January 25, 2013
Steve “RepMan” Cody (AKA the Mid-life Crisis Comic) performing Friday, January 25th 2013 at the New York Comedy Club
I’m a climber, comedian and dog lover. But not necessarily in that order. I also happen to be co-founder and CEO of Peppercomm, a strategic communications firm headquartered in NYC, and with offices in San Francisco, Boulder and London.
I’m most proud of:
• Watching my two children being born
• Summiting the highest peaks in Africa and Europe
• Raising more than $50,000 for charities by hosting stand-up comedy shows
• Seeing Peppercomm be named NYC’s top workplace by Crain’s New York Business in 2012.
FYI, we beat 930 other organizations in the process and the recognition provided us with our 2013 rallying cry of “Nowhere to go but down.”
I bang out two columns each, and every week, for Inc.com, publish a daily blog called Repman and have had the opportunity to appear on CNBC, MSNBC, NPR, and a host of other top tier media over the years.
One final thing: I derive immense satisfaction from mentoring college students and counseling fellow marketing communications professionals who have lost their way in life. The biggest turn on in life is helping others.
Sites of Interest
- Clayton Fletcher
- Steve Chaplin
- Johnathan Smith
- Lori Stevens
- Steve Delancey
- Mark Sutherland
- Heather Carver
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