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Sabrina Stocker, the cofounder of Two Comma PR, used her creativity of storytelling and behavioral economics to create a viral campaign for her co-founded company, Shopping Slot. Shopping Slot centralizes the available online delivery slots to one main location, making it easier than ever to find companies that can actually deliver in the window you want.
Businesses use PR campaigns to establish brand identity, garner interest from consumers, and increase sales. The money invested in these campaigns should help enterprises reach larger audiences, grow, and make more profit through additional sales. Unfortunately, it doesn’t always work out that way. If a campaign doesn’t go viral, businesses don’t get the desired ROI.
Attempting to pin down the right way to describe Sabrina Stocker’s day job isn’t easy.
She’s a former tennis professional turned events entrepreneur, former Apprentice contestant, owner of a PR company – Two Comma PR – and now a pioneer in NFT marketing.
Actually, it’s not that hard, but there are definitely a lot of plates being spun.
Combining her sports and business knowledge, Sabrina started her own events company, running tennis tournaments for children. From humble beginnings, where she used her own medals and trophies to give to the winning children, Sabrina expanded the company, running over 400 tennis tournaments a year with a team of 42 brand ambassadors, and a six-figure annual turnover.
When company leaders sit down to strategize a PR campaign, they usually picture the best-case scenario for their business. What story angle would position them in the best light, how many customers will convert from the exposure, and what credibility they'll be able to garner as a result? While these are all objectives that should be defined, the best campaigns are modeled after previous ones that swept the nation (or, even the world).
Apprentice hopeful Sabrina Stocker is making her bid to reach the final after becoming one of this year’s final five candidates.
The Middlesex native is no stranger to business, having set up her first company at the age of 14 – and has made her mark on the show with some task triumphs and boardroom drama.
Getting a supermarket delivery feels like winning the lottery at the moment – but a new online tool is making things a whole lot easier for shoppers.
Shopping Slot is a brand new resource that has launched off the back of the coronavirus pandemic.
It works in a similar format to comparison websites – whereby a user enters their postcode and the tool generates all the available supermarket slots near them.
Sabrina Stocker is a tennis player turned Forbes featured entrepreneur, international speaker, and semi-finalist on the BBC’s The Apprentice.
Stocker, 25, is co-founder of My Tennis Events, the largest tennis tournament in the UK. Lockdown also saw her set up Two Comma PR, a public relations agency turning the stories of brands and blockchain projects into users.
The world of online business is at its peak of saturation – with more businesses, coaches and consultants entering the market every day, the thought of growing your business to 6+ figures can seem incredibly daunting. Fortunately, no matter the industry you’re currently in, the amazing thing is that there are those who have done exactly what you’re trying to do, and are exactly where you want to go.
Starting a business online is hard, right? Well… it can be. With the right direction and guidance however, it’s not as difficult as one might think. With a global pandemic at hand and more people out of jobs and working digitally, there’s more competition than ever. This is where the role of an experienced coach is of vital importance – someone who’s learned the hard way can truly shortcut the success curve for you, making the process less stressful and more enjoyable.
At a time when British tennis needs all the help it can get to boost participation numbers, the brainchild of a contestant on last year’s series of The Apprentice could well prove to be invaluable.
SUPERMARKET shoppers who’ve been struggling to get online delivery slots can now use a nifty website to search multiple stores at the same time.
New store searcher Shopping Slot saves users the hassle of having to check delivery options on each individual supermarket website.
A FORMER Apprentice star has lifted the lid on the hit BBC show – revealing how contestants survive on four hours of sleep a night and get just one five-minute phone call a week.
The Apprentice is known for pushing candidates to the limits, but conditions can be even more gruelling than they appear on TV, according to former contestant Sabrina Stocker.
The tennis events coordinator, who was given the boot this evening alongside Daniel and Khadija, ended up skipping spending hours getting ready in favour of more sleep.
The candidates famously get twenty minutes to get ready between the time Lord Sugar calls them and when they need to leave the house.
The Apprentice’s Sabrina wowed fans as she modelled a swimsuit during tonight’s final.
The tennis events coordinator, who left the show last week, returned to help Sian Gabbidon and Camilla Ainsworth as they battled it out to win Lord Sugar’s investment.
THE Apprentice has starred one or two aces over the years, but there have also been more than a few who have not been smash hits.
Sabrina Stocker's dreams were dashed after missing out on the final in week twelve of the competition.
Sabrina Stocker, 23, is better known for appearing on BBC One show The Apprentice, where she reached the Semi-Final.
Away from the TV screens, she is the Managing Director of her own Tennis company – My Tennis Events. Sabrina’s other claim to fame was appearing in the popular TV show The Inbetweeners after it was filmed at her secondary school, Ruislip High.
Business leaders create PR campaign strategies with the hopes of achieving actual results. They want to create a campaign that resonates with the consumers, creating a sweeping interest in the brand. They’re hoping the additional exposure leads to heavy website traffic, more followers, and additional sales that can significantly increase its profit. The success of a company’s PR campaign depends primarily on the strategy used and the effort put into each step.
How the world does business has been turned on its head the past two years. These 50 top entrepreneurs are the people to watch and learn from to learn how they thrive in the digital economy.
Sabrina Stocker had her eye on making money long before The Apprentice.
The 22-year-old may be young, but she's already well established in business.
She completed a MBA at Edinburgh's Herriot-Watt University as well as playing tennis and launching her own company called My Tennis Events just two years after realising there was a gap in the market.
Stars joined forces at London’s Battersea Park to raise funds for, Shelter UK. Apprentice contestant Sabrina Stocker, Made in Chelsea’s Amelia Mist, British Tennis player Naomi Broady and model Miles Bugby took part in a charity tennis tournament and invited members of the public to face them on the court.
Perfect your best 'you're fired' as The Apprentice is back on BBC1 on Wednesday night for its FOURTEENTH series!
Lord Alan Sugar will be back in the boardroom alongside his trusted advisors Karren Brady and Claude Littner to run the rule over 16 candidates, who are vying to impress all three enough to go into business with Lord Sugar.
The Apprentice star Sabrina Stocker will be at Grantham Tennis Club & Gym on Saturday, July 20, to give a free talk, take part in a Q and A session, lead a Cardio Tennis session and run a family tennis tournament.
From 1pm, Sabrina will talk about her time on the popular BBC One show, where she reached the semi-final as one of the youngest contestants at 22 years old.