Getting famous isn’t just for rock stars, movie stars or major political figures. Business people can also become famous too. As a rock star in the business world, you’ll be recognized as an extraordinary, go-to person valued for your expertise and knowledge.
In this high-energy presentation, you will discover how to:
- Use fame to get ahead in local and regional business
- Define a strategy
- Learn how to position yourself to get famous in your industry sector and get ahead of the competition
- Build your brand using publicity, social media and other marketing tools
About Dennis Erokan
Dennis Erokan learned the value of getting famous from San Francisco concert promoter Bill Graham. Dennis’s own first foray into fame was the creation of BAM Magazine and the Bay Area Music Awards (or “Bammies”) in the late 1970s. Since then, Dennis has orchestrated the creation of 10 successful niche publications and a CEO think tank, as well as founding The Placemaking Group, a marketing and communications services agency.
Dennis explains that not only can he offectively work with business people to show them how to get famous, but he “builds heroes,” a motto he’s used from his publishing days to his work today as a marketing executive.
October 12, 2016
7:15 AM – 10:00 AM