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Marketing Thinking: Driving sales on small budgets

  • Sep 12, 2013 · 6:00 PM
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Doug O’Leary is known for his ability to develop creative marketing plans and strategies that accelerate sales and build long-term enterprise value. He has hands-on experience with the classic food groups found in the marketing mix and has worked with a wide array of interesting clients, from local small businesses to global corporations. Doug finds ways to maximize return from his clients’ best customers at every stage of the customer lifecycle. Today, Doug will speak to the value of strategic marketing for any size business and will offer insights into effective brand building gleaned from his 30 years of experience.

Doug O'Leary
RDO Marketing, LLC
4820 W 77th Street, Suite 120
Minneapolis, MN 55435
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About this Meetup

Meet other entrepreneurs and independent product developers.   Bring your questions and "group-source" the answers.  Hear from specialized experts willing to share their insights.  Get energized and stay motivated to pursue your goals.  Relax and have interesting conversations.  Participants have found clients and collaborators through this Meetup.

Software, electronics, life sciences, med tech, services, products, materials, designs--innovators of a wide variety of value propositions participate. Both for-profit and non-profit entrepreneurs participate.  Many are starting their second or third business.  A partner in McKinsey & Company (NYC) turned up one evening. We have enjoyed meeting people from China, Korea, Saudi Arabia, Italy, India, Bangladesh and other countries.  Many are newcomers to Minneapolis/St. Paul.  Multi-generational, our age range has been 20 to 70+.  Several investors make periodic visits for those of you looking for capital.

RSVPs on the Meetup website don't include participants from our hosts personal email list and LinkedIn groups.  Many regulars just show up.  We don't cancel a meeting due to low RSVPs on Meetup.  Our largest attendance was about 20 people, but I've enjoyed smaller groups where I get to hear more from each person.

Let the host know what kind of expert you would like to have at a future meeting and feel free to refer speakers.

 

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  • Bruce S.

    I enjoyed the information, good framework for marketing. I was hoping to get more detail on how to market on a shoe string budget. And lots of interesting creative people - love that kind of group!

    1 · September 14, 2013

  • Nicole K.

    So sorry, we'll have to make the next one... leaving tonight for Washinton, DC and our schedule was changed.

    September 12, 2013

  • Clyde H.

    If you can't make it but had RSVPed, please cancel so those on wait list may attend. Popular topic

    September 12, 2013

  • Clyde H.

    I hired Doug when I was a director at Carlson Marketing Group's Loyalty Division. It was a good decision and I take full credit for his success. He is a thoughtful and systematic marketer.

    September 8, 2013

  • Nicole K.

    Hello! We are a video production company located in the North Metro that provides marketing content for businesses of all sizes. We work a lot with foundations, small business owners, organizations, and love to help them incorporate visuals.

    September 8, 2013

  • Rebecca St. M.

    Can't wait!

    August 8, 2013

  • Clyde H.

    I agree with Bill that many of the things entrepreneurs need to be successful are not taught in formal educational institutions today. Am looking forward to hearing from Bill.

    July 12, 2013

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