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Amber Johnson
Amber Johnson Amber Johnson works at the intersection of marketing, culture, and leadership as the Chief Communications Officer for the Center for Values-Driven Leadership. How to Water Ski at 93 (and also … How to Become a Better Business Story Teller)
Jason Richmond
Jason Richmond Jason is passionate about helping large companies embrace outstanding culture. He engages with clients by sharing his passion for learning and instilling a sense of leadership and confidence with everyone. 6 Must Do Aspects of Organizational Culture
John Veltri
John Veltri John Veltri is a strategic, entrepreneurial builder who enjoys identifying consumer & business opportunities, using data, and creating solutions to meet those needs. He owned the launch of Pure Harmony, a premium pet care brand, managed marketing & innovation for Full Circle Market, a natural/organic brand, and now works as a Solutions Architect for Label Insight, a data & technology startup based in Chicago Personal Branding Story
Julie Anne Dumont
Julie Anne Dumont Results-driven professional with expertise in marketing, consultative sales, relationship management, and a commitment to exceptional client service. Building Solutions | MyRepChat
Marc Joseph
Marc Joseph With more than 30 years in the retail and wholesale industry, Marc Joseph is the founder of DollarDays International, a premiere online wholesaler that helps small businesses compete against larger enterprises by offering more than 140,000 high-quality goods at closeout and wholesale prices close to those at which large chains purchase the same merchandise. Products sold through the site are the same kind of categories if you walked into a Macy’s, Target or Wal-Mart. Joseph is confident that the Internet is the next channel for distribution of wholesale and closeout products. DollarDays has over 2.5 Million registered users and averages over 1,100 new customers a day registering with DollarDays. Where Did All My Customers Go? The Top 3 Reasons Customers Leave You

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