Top 7 Marketing Keynote Speakers


Top 7 Marketing Keynote Speakers

Learning the strategies, methods, and secrets of the market can take years for one to become a successful manager in thing ever-changing environment. We need mentors in any industry who can show how the entire setup of the industry works. These tip marketing speakers have worked with the world’s top organisations to share their experience and tips with us. These marketeers have reached an honourable level of expertise in different dimensions of marketing and branding.

Tony Anderson

He is best known as the first marketing director of Easyjet. He was one of the key members when Easyjet launched in 1995. It was the first carrier company that would sell 100% direct to the public. Today Easyjet is UK’s largest airline with over 73 million passengers flying every year on over 820 routes.

Erik Saelens

Erik Saelens is known as the rebranding and renaming specialist who founded BrandHome Group. The BrandHome Group helps other companies to grow faster than their competition. Saelens has 20+ years of experience in brand marketing and communication and is also a member of the International brand management team at Sodexo.

Erik Saelens

Jeetendr Sehdev

Jeetendr Sehdev is a global authority and Professor of Marketing at the University of Southern California. His bestselling book ‘The Kim Kardashian Principle: Why Shameless Sells and How to Do it Right’ has been regarded as as “the most buzzed-about business book of the year” by Forbes. Huffington Post also called the book “one of the most influential books of the year.”

Karen Connell

Karen Connel is a world popular brand and marketing consultant who has worked with the biggest businesses in the world. She is the founder of SMALLmighty consultancy after having worked with Cadbury’s, Virgin, and Schweppes, where she implemented her strategies, and it worked. Today Karen is training and inspiring organisations to become more agile, responsive, and mightly.

Jon Duschinsky

He is the founder of Be the Change and a social innovator. He has been helping organisations, start-ups, and non-profit connects in what they do and how they can bring changes to people’s lives. He was also voted as the world’s second most influential communicator in social innovation after Bill Clinton. He has written two books – Philanthropy in a Flat World and (me)volution.

Scott Goodstein

Scott Goodstein has to lead a team to build social networking platforms for Barack Obama and Bernie Sanders for their presidential campaigns. The CEO of Revolution Messaging, Scott Goodstein, is focused more on the progressive values and works selectively. He is also the first creator of a political mobile marketing portfolio.

Brad Jakeman

The former President of PepsiCo Global Beverage Group, Brad Jakeman, has led global category strategy, brand building, design, marketing, advertising, innovation and more. He has a passion for developing category disruptive innovation ideas and marketing programmes that challenges world-class brands around the world.

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