“Time flies when you’re having fun,” Clark said. “This has been an amazing year full of pleasant surprises and growing pains and I am already looking forward to whatever is next.”
Clark, who owns Lioness’ public relations umbrella company, The Lioness Group, is one of many young professionals leading the way of entrepreneurism in Western Massachusetts. She is helping to redefine the publishing world for her generation.
“It’s not about taking stories and posting them online. Anyone can do that. I am intrigued with what you can artistically do with a digital magazine. The boundaries you can push. We are putting the same time, effort and design technique into it as if it were a print publication and compressing it and altering it for online viewing. It can be embedded into web pages, downloaded into a PDF … It’s exciting. We are already working on some other avenues to extend its reach,” Clark shared.
Lioness has carved out a unique niche in the digital publishing world. It is geared toward and primarily written by female entrepreneurs. In June 2012, Lioness won for “Most Innovative Local Business” at the first-ever Reader Raves awards hosted by MassLive.com and The Republican.
“It’s a lot of work,” Clark added. “Some really long, eyes burning nights. But, man, I’ve also had some dreamy, floating on clouds days, too. I could never ever do it without these amazing women beside me.”
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