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nDash Writer Profile for Brent Turner
SVP Solutions (Marketing and Technology) at Cramer
Purposefully, I've grown my career on a cloverleaf of marketing, product, technology, and analytics.
Every day I work with teams that are of action and with individuals for whom "achieve more" means everything. These are teams built around people who obsess quality, embody accountability, and prioritize relationships. These are compatriots with an insatiable need to always be learning. People who build to think and know when done is beautiful. Teams that tolerate my morning guy ways and standing desk. Friends that humor my middling coding and copywriting skills.
Through my career, my teams and I have built and launched numerous brands, products, and experiences. We have achieved more for start-ups and upstarts, Fortune 10 companies, and the challengers in between.
To those who also give a damn and have something to prove: I look forward to working together.
Sample client/brand list:
Bank of America, Caterpillar, Dunkin Donuts, ESPN, GlaxoSmithKline, Google, IBM, Intuit, Johnson and Johnson, Harvard University, The Hearst Corporation, JetBlue, Marriott, Merrill Lynch, Microsoft, MIT, National Institutes of Health, Nickelodeon, Novartis, Partners HealthCare, PwC, Reebok, The Taunton Press, Thermo Fisher Scientific, TomTom, and UPS.
Industries I Write About
- digital marketing
- event marketing
- experiential marketing
- email marketing
- Marketing & Advertising
My Writing Samples
The Framework for Answering a Marketer’s Questions about Big Data
The Five Vs that describe Big Data.The Four As that are the challenges around Big Data.The Three Big Questions that most marketers are still asking about Big Data.The Two (Often Missed) Approaches for unlocking value from Big Data.
Emerging Trends for the Digital and Social-sides of Super Bowl 50 Campaigns
There are two new emerging trends that brands will tackle during this year’s big game. Plus, one more that will set the foundation for new and compelling 2017 campaigns.
Heading up (and trying to keep up with) our strategic planning, experience planning, activations, technology, analytics, and marketing teams.
I worked there from 11/2013 until now