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How full is your bucket?

Go skydiving, read a new book, climb Mount...

Escape Artist Rob Roy Collins Among Fan Favourites and First Timers at Sun Life Financial Waterloo Busker Carnival

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Recognized as one of PR In Canada’s Top 30 Under 30, Rebecca Grieb is an enthusiastic, strong communicator specializing in writing, digital strategy, social media and public relations. She has a passion for representing brands using creative, out-of-the-box, strategic thinking and a proven track record showcasing high audience engagement and growth.

With over 8 years of experience in developing and executing communication and social media strategies for a variety of brands, Rebecca has served as a valued trusted advisor to social communities, PR teams, and management executives.

Becca is the author of ‘Managing Information in the Digital Information Age,’ a case study for University of Guelph academic materials. She has designed and contributed to workshops and course materials at Conestoga College’s Integrated Marketing Communications (IMC) program, and hopes to pursue her MA in Communications and Technology in the future. Rebecca enjoys incorporating health, fitness, writing and social media into every aspect of her life, and thrives as an executive volunteer in the Waterloo Region.

Beccomm (“be-calm”) was created by Rebecca as a communications resource to help optimize the brand of professionals and small businesses. Good communication is a strong strategic asset which drives your business to the next level and Beccomm is here to partner with you.

Rebecca currently manages two blogs and her business through a variety of social media platforms. An adventure seeking communications enthusiast who is always ready to hit the ground running, Rebecca has an open mind, an engaging voice and fresh perspectives on processes and practices. At Beccomm we specialize in strategic brand management, social media, writing, public relations, event design, employee learning, and community building. Rebecca and the Beccomm team act as the communications prime for many local professionals and businesses including Conestoga College and the Sun Life Financial Waterloo Busker Carnival.

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Recent Blog Posts

August 28, 2014 |

How full is your bucket?

Go skydiving, read a new book, climb Mount Kilimanjaro… we’ve all had one… The Bucket List. Recently, I read two books that have changed my perspective on life as it currently is. The first is “How Full is Your Bucket?” and it asks exactly that… do people in your life – your spouse, best friend, co-worker, or even a stranger, “fill your bucket” by making you feel more positive, or “dip from your bucket,” leaving you more negative than before? So it got me to thinking: I really need to spend more time with the positive, open, loving, understanding people in my life… and not only that, but appreciating them and being sure that...

May 28, 2014 |

20/20: My Experience With LASIK

I remember that day in grade seven like it was yesterday: about 75% of our class had glasses, and I was finally getting a pair too! I didn’t have to worry about sitting at the front of the class any more to see… I had my cool blue frames with squiggly lines alone the arms. I only needed them to see the board during class, so it wasn’t a big deal. That year I also played on the volleyball and basketball teams, and quickly realized I needed them for sports too… and the 30+ hours a week I was dancing at the studio. What I didn’t realize was the more I depended on my...

April 24, 2014 |

The Calm Before The Storm

Last week I took the train down to Toronto for the OpenText Innovation Tour. As I stepped onto the platform in the ‘big city’ I immediately recognized the main difference between Torontonians and Waterloo residents: the rush to get to your destination. I got off the train and followed the herd down the stairs to Union Station, to the subway platform. Took the subway to my next stop, and watched as everyone raced out of the doors to beat each other on their walk to the street. Once outside, the wind is howling, the light is red, and people are sprinting across the road anyway. Five hours later, as I sit here at a...

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