Expo East 2018: Putting The Social In Your Media
Recorded On: 06/13/2018
Every company, every brand and every person is a media company, but very few act like it. Just as a media company creates a wide variety of programming to reach different target audiences, promotional products professionals need to leverage different media types to achieve a higher level of engagement. From content marketing to video to blogging, join Bill Petrie for this session and he will teach you how to leverage your unique voice to create meaningful media content that both engages and moves your target audience.
Bill has over 17 years working in executive leadership positions at leading promotional products distributorships. Through his career, his primary focus has been working collaboratively with others to achieve common goals. In 2014, he launched brandivate – the first executive outsourcing company solely focused on helping small and medium sized promotional products enterprises responsibly grow their business. In 2017, brandivate was acquired by PromoCorner where he now serves as president. A featured speaker at numerous national and international industry events, a serial creator of content marketing, and PromoKitchen chef, Bill has extensive experience coaching sales teams, creating successful marketing campaigns, developing operational policies and procedures, creating and developing winning RFP responses, and presenting winning promotional products solutions to Fortune 500 clients. Service has always been at the forefront of Bill’s industry activities. Before relocating to Nashville, TN in 2011, Bill served on the board of Directors for PPAChicago and is the current president for the Promotional Products Association of the Mid-South (PPAMS). Additionally, Bill is on the board of directors of the Regional Association Council (RAC) board and has worked closely with senior executives at Promotional Products Association International (PPAI) on several committees and work groups – most recently for the North American Leadership Conference. In appreciation of his years of service to the promotional products industry, Bill was named as an inaugural PPAI Fellow – a program designed to recognize influential individuals who have actively supported the industry through personal involvement.