Life Beyond Wellington – Natasha Christie-Miller on Surviving and Thiriving Working Relationships
Natasha started her career at a small publishing business straight from university in the early ’90s. After 5 years she moved to Emap to run the commercial part of women’s magazines division, including brands like Elle, Red and Heat. After having her sons she then moved to the business to business side of EMAP running, magazines, events and websites for fashion, retail, construction and the health industries. She is now President (CEO) of Ascential Intelligence (Emap’s new name) and runs a number of business information businesses and events in Environmental Data, Construction, Politics, Fashion, Retail and Fintech. Natasha’s job is ensure they provide brilliant data and insight to help companies make smart, effective choices every day.