Kansas City, MO – Dave Patrick today announced the start of a new company: High Performance Marketing Boot Camps.
“This is senior executive level content specifically for the C-Suite; a marketing boot camp designed to help senior exec’s searching for ways to find a “smarter marketing dollar” and have more impact driving sales,” according to founder Dave Patrick.
The first High Performance Marketing Boot Camp Event will be May 19th at iWerx in North Kansas City.
Visit www.highperformancemarketingbootcamps.com for details on speakers, agenda, and registration.
“We’ve assembled a group of best-in-class industry leaders for hands-on action oriented sessions in sales, marketing, messaging, social, digital, and networking.”
Boot Camp Faculty include:
Dave’s Promise: “You will leave smarter, more effective, and have more successful marketing for your company.”
Business owners, executive team leaders, marketing and sales executives, and catalysts who want accelerated sales results and a higher marketing ROI can register at: www.highperformancemarketingbootcamps.com
About David Patrick: David is the former Chief Operating and Strategy Officer for Two West, and has held leadership positions at Procter & Gamble, Leo Burnett, J. Walter Thompson and Barkley. In addition to leading High Performance Retail Marketing Group (www.hprmg.com), Dave teaches advanced brand strategy in the MBA programs at UMKC and KU. David can be reached at (816) 678-3831.
About High Performance Retail Marketing Boot Camps: https://www.linkedin.com/company-beta/16258799/
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