About - Tanya Goodin Pioneering Digital Entrepreneur
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TANYA IS THE FOUNDER OF AWARD-WINNING DIGITAL MARKETING AGENCY TAMAR  & DIGITAL DETOX SPECIALISTS TIME TO LOG OFF.

Tanya is an award-winning digital entrepreneur, founder and owner of integrated natural search and social media agency Tamar and founder and owner of digital detox specialists Time To Log Off.

 

In 2014 she was a finalist in the Media category in the ‘First Women’ Awards and was selected by the ‘Women of the Year’ Council to attend their Diamond Jubilee lunch. In 2008 she was a finalist in the Blackberry ‘Outstanding Women in Technology‘ Awards and in 2007 a London finalist for the Ernst & Young ‘Entrepreneur of the Year‘ – and also a semi-finalist in 2009.

 

Tanya can genuinely claim to be one of the earliest digital pioneers having developed transactional websites before the birth of ecommerce, optimised for search engines before the Google founders went to Stanford and discussed the importance of user-generated content before Facebook had a business model.

 

In 2015 Tamar was runner-up for Agency of the Year at the Online Retail Awards, having also been shortlisted as a finalist in 2013. Tamar was voted UK Agency of the Year at the FSF Awards in November 2009. In 2014 Tamar won a DADI Award for its groundbreaking social media measurement toolTouchScore, designed by Tanya.

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Above: Tanya at the Digital Brand Leaders roundtable debate on the challenges facing digital brands.

 

Tanya is an experienced public speaker on entrepreneurship and life/work balance. She also undertakes speaking engagements on her twin specialisms of internet addiction and also social media and teenagers. Since 2012 she has been regularly speaking to secondary-level pupils and parents in schools.

 

In 2015 Tanya launched Time To Log Off, specialists in digital detox for individuals and corporates, providing resources, retreats and research to help the screen-dependent learn to unplug.

 

“YOU MUST DO THE THINGS YOU THINK YOU CANNOT DO”

Eleanor Roosevelt