In this first in a three-part series on brand new dads, The Sport Biblical explores the relationship between new parents and their brand new family.
In the lead-up to the birth of their new baby, Daniel and Michelle have both been busy with family-related activities.
But as Daniel begins to explore more about his new role as the head of a brand-new family, his family finds themselves drawn into a growing online world where he is a digital brand new father.
Daniel’s wife, Kristina, was already a member of the family network, but her new job as a social media consultant is something she is more than comfortable with.
Her job involves sharing her brand new perspective and understanding with the rest of the company as they explore the latest in the new generation of digital brands and new technology.
Daniel is also eager to give Kristina more freedom as the new parent, and she’s willing to share with her new family the benefits that come with having a brand brand new partner.
Kristina has already found a new job with a company that works with social media companies to better connect and promote brands online.
And as Daniel continues to learn new skills in this role, his wife is excited to see what new skills she can bring to her new role.
“I can tell my kids that they are my new family and they are a brand and a brand is the best way to communicate that,” Daniel says.
As the brand new parents, Daniel, Michelle and Kristina have a unique and unique perspective that they can share with the other members of their brand- new family in a way that the others could not.
Daniel has worked as a marketing director for two large digital brands in New Zealand, and he’s seen the benefits of having a new partner in a position where he can help grow their brand.
“I see it as an amazing opportunity for the brand to be more globally recognised,” Daniel said.
He sees the benefit of his new partnership in both the positive and negative ways.
New parents are not just a brand, Daniel says, they are an integral part of a new family’s journey.
And it’s this new relationship with Kristina that Daniel is most excited about.
Kristina, who has a degree in education, has already made a huge impact on Daniel.
He’s seen firsthand how much her expertise and knowledge has helped her with the brand.
When Daniel and Kristin met, they knew each other from the university and immediately began working together to launch their brand and build their brand through social media.
“When you’ve been in this position where you’re a brand you’ve seen all of the things that go into brand building, but the biggest thing for me is getting to know my partner and what she is all about,” Daniel told The Sport.
“She’s a brand manager.
I can be a brand advocate, but I can also be a business advocate.””
It was a huge opportunity for us to work together,” Kristina said.
“We can be the same person and we can be completely different.
We can really work together on a brand.
We really are one person.”
Daniel has been an enthusiastic supporter of his brand- New Zealand.
He knows that as a new parent it’s important to work with the team at New Zealand Brand New Zealand to help them grow their business.
“It’s important that the company is not just about me,” Daniel added.
“It’s about the brand as well.”