NAOMI'S SHINY RUBY

NAOMI'S SHINY RUBY

FROM humble beginnings as a home-office business to one of the Gold Coast's most diverse media management companies, Ruby Public Relations is proving it's a real gem.

Launched four years ago by Naomi Spies, the company has seen year-on-year growth including a doubling of turnover and staff in the last 12 months.

Spies attributes her success to fast thinking and innovation in what is an ever-changing mass media landscape.

"It is the most powerful way to manage your corporate reputation and strong credibility, positioning you as an industry leader.

The company's services include media, publicity, event management and event marketing, online marketing and social media and video marketing.

"Over the last four years I have met so many inspirational people with stories to tell who ultimately don't have the budget to hire PR agencies," she says.

The goal for the next two years is expansion with Spies saying a move into Sydney and Melbourne is being explored.

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