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The Marketer as a Coach with Bruce Ditman

February 10 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm

The Marketer as a Coach with Bruce Ditman

Thursday, February 10 2022 5:30 PM Eastern Time

Enhance the perception of Marketing within your organization to be seen as the high-value business advisor you are.

Marketers are critical knowledge holders in any professional services firm but have been considered administrators for too long.

Grow your career by learning how to:

■ Know what you know (not just what you do).

■ Share what you know.

■ Be seen as a resource of high-value business advice to your internal clients.

About Bruce:
Bruce Ditman is the Managing Partner of Chief Seconds LLC, a Professional Services Marketing Consultancy which believes that “Useful is Beautiful” in all things, including your marketing and business.

A former CMO of two, top 20 Accounting and Advisory firms for more than 15 years, Bruce has built Chief Seconds to be an agent of (necessary!) change for high-growth and in-transition firms seeking street-tested and results-oriented strategy, consulting and fractional services. Nothing More. Nothing less.

As a part of his most recent leadership team, the firm experienced 3.5 x revenue growth and a national expansion. Bruce conceived of and implemented game changing event marketing strategy, co-created the first national LGBTQ+ speciality practice in the business, co-created national industry specialization strategies at two firms, launched the first national television and OTT campaign int he category, executed and integrated more than 15 mergers and more.

A frequent speaker, author, essayist and podcaster, Bruce values a good conversation over most things. Bruce lives in the Greatest Small City in the World, New Haven, CT, with his wife, two kids, and a Blue Heeler named Lefty.

Join us by Zoom for this no-cost event
Thursday, February 10 2022 5:30 PM Eastern Time

Details

Date:
February 10
Time:
5:30 pm - 6:30 pm

Organizer

American Marketing Association in Connecticut