Kate Stinchcombe-Gillies



Hello, I'm Kate. I coach people on marketing and how to communicate as a business to build and manage their reputation, and grow. I also consult for scaling business, steering their marketing efforts and keeping their plans and goals on track. Before setting up Coconut, I was Head of Comms at Oxford based Holiday Lettings, helping their journey from start-up to a division of the world's largest travel site.



What’s Your Story?

It’s National Storytelling Week and PR and marketing expert Kate Stinchcombe-Gillies hosted a discussion about the importance and essence of storytelling with independent communication consultant, Lucy Eckley, together with independent social media and digital marketing consultant, Paul Sutton…so absolutely no pressure summarising a discussion about storytelling given by three storytelling experts!

Just Post It

What are you frightened of? Time spent dithering about what to write or share on LinkedIn or your other marketing channels is time you could be spending on your business. Call it writer’s block, call it imposter syndrome. Or recognise it’ll add some value to your audience and just post it!

B4 Sales & Marketing Day

It’s Sales & Marketing Day at B4. So we’re highlighting some recent and not so recent articles and press releases posted by B4 members over the past year or so.

Positive Thinking

No matter who you are or what you do, you will have faced challenges over the last six months, most probably the biggest challenges you’ve ever had to face in your personal and professional lives. This webinar features five people who have been knocked down and got back up again, despite sometimes overwhelming odds. Hear […]

5 reasons to give content a leading role in...

Content is king, whether we like it or not. No, that’s not just another marketing cliche; it has proven itself to be the key tool in the marketing mix for some time. So now’s the time to consider how to use it to your advantage as we look towards the rest of 2020 – our ‘new normal’

Who owns your brand reputation?

It’s on the tip of your tongue, I know… At least, I really hope it is. If Covid-19 hasn’t brought your brand reputation conversations to the fore, then I’m guessing reputation management is gloriously integral in everything you do and it’s clear and understood who owns brand reputation in your organisation. Isn’t it…?