Crystal Statskey is an Event Marketing Expert running her business remotely while blogging and travelling the world. She helps small businesses with launches & events to increase visibility in their communities so they can streamline operations, grow their impact & fast-track big results.
Growing up, Crystal always...
had fun creating and designing her own blogs, creating posters and cards on her parents’ computer and displaying her life on social media.
She never would have thought all that fun would land her first client 10 years ago when a family friend asked her to do these things for them. She designed their website, created print marketing materials, and has been running their social media and email marketing ever since.
As the years went by, she gained more clients even while she traveled and held down full-time jobs.
When she's not traveling...
you can find Crystal working in her home office with her cat on her lap and a hot cup of tea.
Whether she is helping entrepreneurs host kick-ass events or creating consistent content so they can spend more time in their zone of genius, Crystal prides herself on always going the extra mile and being a true strategic partner for her clients.
Basically, if you want to get s*** done and actually move your business forward in a big way, she’s your gal.
It’s an honor to be able to create and implement event strategies while also creating content which not only helps clients build visibility online, but also gives them the power to take back their time so they can focus on other things to grow their business.
Crystal has been helping businesses on the side with their digital marketing needs all while she attended college and worked full-time jobs. No matter what career path she descended upon, she just couldn’t take the mind-numbing day-to-day, repetitive tasks of working in an office for someone else. She knew her passion was events and creative work, but no matter who she worked for, she never felt fulfilled.
She knew working for herself was the ultimate goal. No matter how many people told her, “It’s not right for you”, “It doesn’t happen for people like you”, or “It’s too difficult.” She never let that get her down to pursue her passion of working remotely.