Now more than ever, companies need to invest time, money & resources into building their thought leadership.
In this webinar, we will discuss how executive bylines (op-eds / opinion pieces), industry conferences & webinars can help companies establish credibility and influence in their markets.
Key learning & takeaways:
- Present a problem and solution instead of promoting your specific product or service.
- Develop a cost effective and time efficient strategy to produce quality thought leadership content on a regular basis
- Learn how to get featured in leading industry publications
Public Relations, Content Marketing, B2B Sales & Marketing, Media Relations
After several decades as a serial entrepreneur (raising more than $100 million in venture funding), David founded Rosebud Communications, a strategic PR firm that works with high-growth technology companies across a variety of B2B verticals. He & his work have been featured in The New York Times, The Economist, WSJ, Fortune, Forbes, & The Washington Post.
Denise works with executives to accelerate their journeys from leader to thought leader. She is a lecturer on thought leadership at Stanford Business School & a guest author for Salesforce.com, Inc.com, Fast Company, Entrepreneur & Forbes. Denise graduated with a Stanford MBA, and has spoken at major tech companies including Roche, Microsoft & Google.
Geoffrey is a compelling voice at the intersection of marketing, tech, media & popular culture. He is Head of Brand Studio at Microsoft Advertising, where he develops innovative concepts as a form of business development & collaboration with partners. Prior to joining Microsoft in 2013, Geoffrey was vice president of digital strategy at Ogilvy & Mather in New York City. Colon has done work with several influential brands including Spotify, Netflix, American Express, Coca-Cola, IBM, The Economist, USA Network, WWE, History & Red Bull.