Suzanne Noble is a serial entrepreneur with over 20 years of PR experience in entertainment, music and technology.

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Suzanne Noble is a serial entrepreneur who started her first business – a series for England’s Channel 4 television about astrology – at the age of 27. Stretching from Warner Bros to Universal via Sony and LazyTown Entertainment, Suzanne’s PR career includes a collaboration with the White House, where she masterminded a partnership between LazyTown and Michelle Obama’s ‘Let’s Move’ campaign for children.

On the technology front, Suzanne launched Frugl, a successful events discovery app for Londoners on a budget.

Most recently, Suzanne co-founded the online magazine, The Advantages of Age, to challenge the media narrative around ageing.

Suzanne has worked in PR for over 20 years, in entertainment, music and technology. She has amassed a fat address book of contacts, she has forged relationships with key influencers, and she has gained extensive experience in:

  • Creating and developing strategic partnerships
  • Leveraging PR to drive awareness and build businesses, and
  • Managing multi-channel brand communication.

One of her goals is to join a board of directors (whether corporate or non-profit) with which she can share her knowledge and experience.

Suzanne has lived most of her life in the UK and, as a result, has developed a deep understanding of the UK market. This has contributed to the success of both her client’s success and her own start-ups.

Suzanne Noble Show Notes

Suzanne Noble
Advantages of Age
Facebook Group
Frugl App

What did you do before you became a MaturePreneur?
How did you modify the baby sling?
What was your major in college?
You talked about your business now, describes what you are doing?
Did you find out how Cisco found you?
Once you started one of your businesses, what was one of the most successful ideas you implemented for it?
Was it weird being at the White House, especially since a week before it wasn’t even a blip on the radar?
What is your least successful idea and how did you change tactics to fix it?
After you started your business, was there anything that catapulted you to the next level?
What is the best advice that someone has given you?
What advice would you give someone just starting out now?
What is the most surprising thing you’ve discovered once you started your endeavor?

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