Tim Busche has more than 20 years of experience in both B2B and B2C sectors. He's recognized by his peers and coworkers for his creative marketing strategies, his team building and leadership. Tim shared some great insights about himself in answering our questions below.
Jamie Michelson is known among his clients and colleagues as highly creative and a strategic thinker. He brings a fresh perspective to every project. He says of himself, “I enjoy the strategic planning process and turning things ‘upside down’ to find insights.” He is the kind of marketing thought leader you expect to find leading innovation. In his talk next week, Jamie will take us to the cutting edge with his insights on second screen marketing.
Jeff Scott, President of Duffey Petrosky, has the kind of vision that inspires confidence. He is able to skillfully evaluate and understand the needs and objectives of his clients. Jeff is also extremely perceptive when it comes to recognizing what’s important to customers and how to most effectively connect with them.
Ross Johnson is an exceptional communicator. His primary communication tool is interactive web design, web strategy and marketing. Through his successful business, 3.7 Designs, Ross has designed for a wide range of clientele and situations, from start-ups to corporations. He also maintains several design and web related blogs, as well as a highly regarded podcast.
It’s a common complaint, why doesn’t the media cover any good news? With that in mind, and a mission to move cities forward, Paul Schutt and Brian Boyle founded Issue Media Group. IMG’s website explains the organization’s mission as covering what’s next for citi
Bilal Saeed of Pakmode Media + Marketing wanted the February 12, 2014 LA2M audience to know that digital sponsorships are more marketing partnerships than media buys. Each one offers personalized implementation and a unique fan experience. Pakmode specializes in sports and entertainment marketing.
Saeed noted that the shift in sponsorship dollars from traditional to digital media has been happening as a recent evolution.
BCBSM had a phenomenal year when it comes to growing their Facebook community. “Our online community grew over 1,400 percent. Participation was about 20 to 25 percent,” announced Dave Murray, social media manager for BCBSM to the LA2M audience on January 22nd. These surprising results were the outcome of a well thought out strategy and the perfect storm of the Affordable Care Act implementation.
Ben Bator’s experiences are an evolution of ideas and action rooted in the bum luck of graduating college in 2008. The job market at that time was so bad he couldn't even find a non-paid internship, he told an attentive LA2M audience on January 15, 2014. Ben felt his only choice was to continue college and hope things got better. He chose law school, a move even his father tried to discourage.