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Melanie Hellenga: Generating ‘Top-of-Mind’ Brand Awareness with Groupon

Brands that rely on the events industry have had a difficult last couple of years. So, how can they regain traction now that events are making a robust comeback? This is priority number one for Melanie Hellenga, VP of Brand and Performance Marketing at Groupon. Melanie joins us to discuss the creative approaches her team has used to transform the brand and how data is being leveraged to raise “top-of-mind” awareness for the deals and discount platform.

Keith Knapp: Building Inclusion into the Evolving CrossFit Brand

As gym culture evolves, how do companies like CrossFit boost their brand to potential consumers? Keith Knapp, Director of Marketing at CrossFit, strives to build a brand that includes every shape, size, and ability. Keith shares that by relying on their affiliates to help localize advertisements, each community receives specialized marketing and branding. Tune in to the episode to learn how Keith’s passion for fitness and community led him to reinvent the CrossFit brand.

Jenna Flateman Posner: The Value of Community-focused Branding at SNIPES

How is one of the world’s fastest-growing streetwear retailers setting itself apart in a crowded category? Jenna Flateman Posner, Chief Digital Officer at SNIPES, suggests that the secret lies in the company’s bold commitment to elevating the communities it impacts. Jenna joins us to discuss the inspirational philanthropic marketing model at SNIPES, and why she believes the idea of developing “true retail partnerships” is often taken for granted in the industry.

Melissa Proctor: A Winning Gameplan for Sports Marketing Success

There are few arenas as competitive and complex as professional sports marketing. In this episode, Melissa Proctor, CMO of the NBA’s Atlanta Hawks and State Farm Arena, shares how she continues to achieve by showing up for herself and her teams. With more than 15 years of proven brand strategy expertise, Melissa has found myriad ways to engage and delight the Hawks’ devoted fanbase, while reinforcing the organization’s deep connection to the city it calls home. Tune in to learn how she continues to build unforgettable experiences for fans, the city’s communities, and her employees.

Jennifer Warren: Bringing Optimism Back to an Uncertain Job Market

As economic uncertainty continues to grow, what tools are available to job seekers hoping to find meaningful work? Jennifer Warren, VP of Global Brand Marketing at Indeed, joins us to explain why the hiring platform is injecting a much-needed dose of optimism into the job market conversation. Learn about Indeed’s commitment to building a diverse workforce, and hear Jennifer’s keen perspective on the relationship between brand and performance marketing.

Cheryl Mills Knight: Building a Brand That Reflects Company Culture

What’s the best way to ensure a brand has a long-lasting effect on consumers? Cheryl Mills Knight, SVP of Brand & Culture at Kendra Scott, shares that she values empowering customers as well as connecting with employees to produce a culture that brings joy to all aspects of commerce. Tune in to hear more about why ensuring employees and customers feel valued can have a ripple effect for a business.

Seth Freeman: Building Better Brands, Teams, and Experiences

What is the best part of being a marketer? Seth Freeman, VP of Marketing and Communications at BlueLinx says he is driven by being able to tell stories through marketing. By relying on a strong team and using the resources around him, Seth explains how he built his role from the ground up. Tune in to the episode to hear more on how to rebrand and ensure employee receive quality experiences.

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