Andrea Reynolds

Andrea Reynolds is a pioneer in the field of advice empire-building. She has mentored and promoted hundreds of consultants, experts, best-selling authors, practitioners, spokespeople, and specialists since 1979. She has been retained by clients as far away as London, Cairo, Dublin, Sydney and Singapore; and by Fortune 100 and Financial Post 100 companies.


Actual interviews that launched Andrea Reynolds'
marketing, management and public relations career:

Time FinPost
Time Magazine .............. Financial Post
Star88 Voting
Toronto Star...............Toronto Sun

Andrea's objective has been to increase her clients' credibility, visibility, and level of prestige, so that target markets seek them out and they need never knock on doors. To maintain her own visibility she often becomes her own client. Andrea markets her expertise by using the same methods she teaches to her clients.

She has hosted talk radio and appeared as a guest expert on countless radio shows including CBC's Morningside with Peter Gzowski, and "Basic Black" with Arthur Black. She has appeared on "Frost Over Canada" hosted by British interviewer Sir David Frost and appeared multiple times on "Breakfast Television", "Shirley", the Dini Petty Show, and 4 programs on the Life Network.

She has authored 5 books and published 5 newsletters, written for national magazines and newspapers, led seminars, and addressed many professional and business associations. An outspoken critic, Andrea has been quoted in many periodicals: Time, USA Today. Globe and Mail, National Post, The Korea Times, The Financial Post, Canadian Business, Canadian Living, and Sales and Marketing Management. She has critiqued candidates for Canadian Prime Minister and Premier of Ontario for Canadian Press wire service, The Toronto Star, The Toronto Sun and The Globe and Mail. Her first book received a tongue-in-cheek Connie Award from Canadian Business Magazine "for outstanding contribution to Canadian Capitalism."
 

Media and Press Interviews


The 3 biggest influences in my years of consulting to other consultants?

One of my former clients was E. Joseph Cossman who was the first I was aware of to create a complete binder of information from his seminar on Mail Order Marketing. I learned so much from him - and other experts and sources - about marketing. But many of his marketing methods still work today. I'm using his seminar and binder concept to teach others the marketing methods inspired by these three experts. Two more experts on consulting whom I admired and wanted to emulate were Herman Holtz and Howard Shenson, both now departed.