Digital Marketing: The Age of the Customer

Digital Marketing: The Age of the Customer

Posted by admin | March 29, 2016 | Archive, News

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Sean Flaherty is a pioneer in thought leadership around using technology to create brand loyalty and earn brand advocacy. He has led hundreds of his customers through interactive workshops to develop digital experience strategies that have measurably moved the needle on brand advocacy. His clients have included a very diverse set of customers from very successful startups to fortune 100 companies like Nutrisystems, Crockpot, The Pittsburgh Steelers, Paychex, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, The Strong Medical System and Ernst & Young. His workshops have sparked innovations in almost every industry from healthcare to financial services to agriculture.His colorful past has included studying aviation electronics working on F-14 Tomcats while in the Navy, earning a B.S. in molecular genetics at the University of Rochester and completing an MBA in Finance from the William E. Simon School of business. He learned how to program at the ripe age of 11 and has been passionately building technology systems that inspire people ever since.

His talk promises to change your mindset about how to move the needle in your marketing efforts and how to create a digital relationship with your customers that will result in inspired brand advocates.

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