Millennium Marketing: How to Become a Stand Out Marketer in the 21st Century
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Publisher: 30 Day Bestseller, LLC
Publication Year: 2016
ASIN: B01LI82GJU
Millennium Marketing is chock full of practical tips on how to become a stand out marketer. It focuses on classical marketing skills, mastering new technology and timeless tenets – the things that make marketers amazing no matter what year it is. Filled with real life examples and thought-provok...
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Millennium Marketing is chock full of practical tips on how to become a stand out marketer. It focuses on classical marketing skills, mastering new technology and timeless tenets – the things that make marketers amazing no matter what year it is. Filled with real life examples and thought-provoking questions, you can take something valuable away from every chapter. Written in Lisa’s fast-paced, accessible, and high-energy style, you are sure to laugh, relive, and most importantly learn from this quick read.

Lisa (Barnett) Kent is the founder of The Luminations Group, a marketing innovation and strategy firm that has won recognition as an Inc. 500/5000 fastest growing company twice in the past ten years. The company eagerly supports small, entrepreneurial start-ups, midsize firms seeking growth, and large iconic brands. Luminations is known for its cutting-edge marketing and strategy training and development programs as well. Lisa is an adjunct professor at Lehigh University and New York University, teaching integrated marketing, branding and entrepreneurship. She is a graduate of Yale University and Northwestern’s Kellogg Graduate School of Management. Lisa spends her time giving back by volunteering as a certified New Jersey EMT, and by being a busy Mom of three children. Find her at Millennium-Marketing.com

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