Irma Miriam Penunuri
CEO & Editorial ProducerBurgerrock Media
Member Since August 2021
Dr. Irma Penunuri Ph.D. is an editorial producer and the CEO and founder of Burgerrock Media and Burgerrock Studios. With her extensive background in fashion, she has accomplished countless brand placements on A-list talent, coordinated and styled numerous Red Carpets talent, and strengthened and supported the brands of many different fashion designers. She has also served as the creative director and producer for many prestigious magazines, producing covers for Harper’s Bazaar, L’Officiel, Playboy, Marie Claire, Glamour, Forbes, and Vogue with A-lister stars including Paris Hilton, G-Eazy, Juanpa Zurita, J. Balvin and more. In addition, she is a frequent guest on Telemundo's morning show Hoy Dia and serves as a fashion expert for their panel. Forbes has named her “fashion’s new key power player” for her work in editorial fashion production. READ LESS
Irma Miriam Penunuri
A podcast can be an excellent opportunity to gain recognition for your brand if you do it right. It seems that there's a podcast for every subject or interest nowadays, from true crime to financial advice to entrepreneurship. This medium has become a go-to source of entertainment and education for many, which is why business owners are clamoring to launch their own podcast ventures. While many podcasts have had unprecedented success and reach, many more have been made that have flown under the radar, so entrepreneurs considering starting a podcast for their company should do so cautiously and with a few considerations in mind. Below, 10 Rolling Stone Culture Council experts share what entrepreneurs should understand before they invest time, energy and resources into launching a podcast.
Building a powerful network can help your business in more ways than one. Networking is not a new concept in the business world, and certainly not to the business professionals who are doing it. But for business owners, forging new connections with other businesses in the same space can often feel like trying to make friends with the competition, and knowing how or when to reach out might not come naturally. But building that network of support is key to long-term business success, and can be especially important during the first few years of growth. So to help demystify the networking process, the members of Rolling Stone Culture Council provided their best tips on how to do it right and how to ensure you’re building strong relationships for the long term.
Your employees can have valuable insights, so it’s important they have an opportunity to share them. As the ones who are deeply involved in the day-to-day running of a business, employees often have the best insights about what does and doesn't work in a company. When you’re a leader, figuring out what employees think about how operations could be improved can be a vital part of ensuring your business’s success. Ingraining employee feedback as part of your company’s culture, therefore, can ensure you hear your team’s opinions on a regular basis. To help you accomplish that, a panel of Rolling Stone Culture Council members offered their own opinions on how you can make feedback a part of your company culture and make sure everyone is heard.
Running a business shouldn't always be about selling. The holiday season is all about giving, and just because a business is for-profit doesn’t mean it can’t participate in doing a little good for its community. Whether their focus is on local communities or a larger cause, businesses big and small can do their part to show their customers (and their employees) that they care. As business leaders in the culture space, the members of Rolling Stone Culture Council understand how important it is for businesses to come together with their communities, especially during such a charitable time. Below, they recommend 10 ways other culture businesses can give back this holiday season and bring a little cheer to others.
Oct 15, 2021
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Burgerrock Media is an independent, Latina-owned editorial production company with a showroom and studio based in Los Angeles. The BurgerRock team utilizes its expertise and knowledge of the current fashion industry and extensive network to elevate a brand’s value through prestigious celebrity and influencer placement, editorial shoots, magazine covers, and more. The team is made up of young professionals who execute expertise in many areas of the fashion industry including editorial production, brand development, public relations, and digital marketing. The BurgerRock team has produced and directed editorial shoots for celebrities including Paris Hilton, G-Eazy, Juanpa Zurita, Hannah Stocking, J. Balvin, and more. Magazines that BurgerRock Media has collaborated with include Playboy, L'Officiel, Nylon, Harper's Bazaar, Elle, and more.