Greg Verdino Speaker Kit

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  • 1. Greg is a Doer What Clients SayGreg Verdino is a marketing futurist who, over the “What made Greg such a delight is that he’scourse of his 22+ year career, has advised 49 of the a natural storyteller. Nobody wanted to stopFortune 500 on how to apply strategic and innovative listening and leave when we came to themarketing approaches to tackle their toughest end of the session. There’s nothing morebusiness challenges. wonderful than listening to someone who has something important to say and can say it a way that engages and entertains."Today, he helps business leaders at organizations ofall sizes embrace and inspire change, find opportunity Randall Ringer / New York AMA!in new technology and business trends, and formulatebold strategies for transformational growth. "Greg Verdino is exactly what you look for in a speaker. Scary smart yet humble. RelaxedGreg is a Thinker yet completely prepared. Authoritative yet funny and accessible. Greg knows His book microMARKETING taught everything there is to know about the future marketers that mattering a lot to the of marketing, and did a fantastic job of right people trumps marketing a delivering interesting, meaningful and, most little to everyone. importantly, actionable information to an already well informed audience." His ideas have appeared in dozens of mainstream media including Len Herstein / Brand ManageCamp! Bloomberg BusinessWeek, CNBC, Cablevision News12, Fox Business "Few speakers energize people in a way that News, Investors Business Daily, makes them want to take action. You were one of those speakers." Newsday and the Wall Street Journal.Greg is a Speaker Senior Manager / Halliburton!He shares the lessons he’s learned with corporations "There are lots of people who can talk about whats cool and whats new, but Greg goesand at conferences around the world, through keynote beyond the hype and gives you the nitty-speeches and full-day workshops. gritty on what it means to you and your business. Hes smart, funny (and fun), easyGreg’s speeches entertain and inspire. But more to work with and (most importantly for thoseimportantly they deliver fresh, bold ideas and of us who plan events) he delivers on hispractical, actionable takeaways that attendees can promise. Actually, dont hire him. Because Idapply to get better results for their own businesses. rather keep him as my own secret ringer." Ann Handley / MarketingProfs!
  • 2. Popular Keynote Topics Past EngagementsGet Big Results By Thinking and Acting Small Greg’s audiences range fromBased on Greg’s book microMARKETING, this speech corporations to associations, fromencourages audiences to apply an innovative new intimate executive gatherings to 1,000- seat auditorium events. Below is just aframework to marketing in the social media age, and sampling of his speaking clients.!teaches actionable best practices through a series ofengaging stories and real world examples. Corporations American ExpressResonant Brand. Irreplaceable Business. BIC Campbell’s SoupTo stand apart from the clutter, it’s not enough to be Coca-Colatop of mind – businesses need to win the battle for the Cisco Systemsheart. Learn how to combine breakthrough marketing Entercom Communicationswith remarkable products and superior customer GE Commercial Financeexperiences to become the kind of business your Hershey Parks & Resortscustomers can’t live without – and can’t wait to talk L’Oreal Parisabout. Prudential Douglas EllimanMoving Targets Conferences!From smart phones to tablets, mobile changes Blog World & New Media Expoeverything. From how people consume (and create) Brand ManageCamp Custom Content Conferencecontent to how prospects find you. Audiences learn Digital Hollywoodwhat the Third Screen Revolution means for their ExpoMarketing (Colombia)businesses and how to tap into new mobile MarketingProfs B2B Summitopportunities to attract, serve and retain customers. Marketing Trends Expo (Panama) OMMA Social PSFK New York South by Southwest Associations! American Marketing Association Direct Marketing Association Direct Marketing Idea Exchange Int’l Assoc of Business Communicators Interactive Advertising Bureau National Association of Broadcasters NextNY Public Relations Society of America Radio Advertising Bureau BOOK GREG FOR YOUR NEXT EVENT Greg Verdino greg@verdinollc.com 631.747.1451 More info at www.gregverdino.com
  • 3. Full Day Workshops Sample AgendaAll of Greg’s marketing keynote topics are available in Agendas are customized to meet yourfull-day workshop formats. In addition Greg and his organization’s unique needs. Greg deliversnetwork of trainers can work with you to create a one- clear, effective, actionable learning through a combination of educationalof-a-kind learning experience that will exceed your presentations, group exercises, and hands-participants’ expectations and get your organization on doing.!on the road to success. Sample Topic: Social Media BootcampMarketing Workshop Focus Areas 1. Introduction: “Analog Social Network” (30)  Digital Marketing Strategy  Social Media Marketing 2. Presentation: Social Media 101 (60) What it is, why it matters, how consumers  Online Community Management use it, key sites, important considerations for  How To: Facebook, Twitter, Corporate Blogging business, the future of social  Content Marketing  Facilitated Brainstorming 3. Exercise: Social Profile Set Up (90) Teams apply best practices as theyBusiness Strategy Workshop Focus Areas participate in a hands-on experience,  Business Strategic Planning creating mock (or actual) business  Facilitated Action Plan Creation presences on Facebook, Twitter, Google+  Setting Corporate Priorities and/or other applicable networks  Roadmap to the Future of Your Business 4. Case Studies & Lessons Learned (90)  Building an Innovation Culture Presentation of 2-3 industry-relevant case studies (good, bad) and discussion of how learnings apply to client organizationRepresentative Workshop ClientsAnsell International 5. Exercise: Application of Learning (120)BIC Team works together to address keyCoca-Cola company objective(s) or challenge(s) byDr Pepper Snapple Group developing an applicable social mediaKatz Media Group strategy, brainstorming tactics, andKraft Foods envisioning potential implementationsSamsung North AmericaSubway 6. Summary, Action Items & Closing (15) All workshop packages include pre-meeting preparation calls to set the agenda; post- event access to all training materials (presentations, work sheets, best practice guides, etc) for all attendees; and delivery of a post-workshop “capture document.”
  • 4. As Seen InGreg Verdino!Marketing Futurist"Strategy & Innovation Consultant"VERDINO LLC"greg@verdinollc.com"631.747.1451"www.gregverdino.com!