please stay a while
please stay a while
Too often, Moms are made to feel that they can’t be both a successful professional and an involved mom. We believe just the opposite. We embrace the crazy schedule of juggling mommyhood and meetings. We know it takes a little extra work for a mom to do both well, but we also know that because of that decision, she’s exceptionally dedicated, and she’s incentivized to use her time efficiently. We celebrate moms – as our employees, as our clients, and as our audience. And we hope to celebrate you as a mom too!
We attract and retain the best talent to work alongside us because we’ve eliminated the traditional office setting. Our office is 100% virtual; allowing us to collaborate from anywhere, at any time. We value the quality of our team’s work and encourage them to work in an environment that works best for fostering the best creative and focused thinking for each individual. And we’re mom bun rock stars with a drool stain on our shoulder. Yeah, life is a beautiful busy thing.
Nothing great was ever achieved by playing it safe. We challenge ourselves to think big, always, just as we do for our clients. Without risk, there is no reward.
We rise by lifting others. Which is why we’re committed to supporting giving back to our pro bono client, The Dwelling Place Shelter, an organization that is transforming women’s lives who are victims of domestic violence, by equipping and empowering them with supportive services and a safe place to call home.
Owner, Tara Meyers, has deep roots in the experiential marketing world and began her career early on making magic while touring the world with Disney on Ice. Prior to founding Rise & Shine, she was the SVP & Managing Director at CPC Experiential. She also started the award-winning Experiential & Events division at the largest Minneapolis advertising agency, Periscope. She’s a marketing maven committed to building brands that support and focus on the mom market. She also holds the most prestigious title of all – Mom, to her son, Aden, and fur baby, Muggsy. And although she’s got a grown-up job, she still thinks of herself as a professional “kid at heart”.