I am a founding partner of Story Mavericks , a video production & experience marketing design firm located in Saratoga Springs, NY.January 2012 marks our 25th. Anniversary as a business !
The company helps businesses transform ordinary communications into engaging experiences, using video storytelling .
I have been a video producer for 25 years.Our company's offerings also include helping businesses differentiate themselves through the staging of WOW Customer Experiences.
In October 2006, Bill became one of the first professionals in the Nation to be certified in the theories and models of The Experience Economy.
I have been writing about on-line video, the customer experience and business storytelling for over 2 years in my "Rock Your Customers Blog". -http://www.storymavericks.com/
15 years of corporate sales management experience with food industry conglomerate ConAgra Inc.I am passionate about changing the business world especially in the field of business communications. I believe it's time to for businesses to "Cut The Bull" in talking with customers, and Get Real in developing authentic marketing messages.
- Central Connecticut State UniversityMS. Guidance & Couseling
- Story Mavericks- helping businesses engage customers with compelling experiences and video stories.Chief Experience Stager/Founder, present
- Sunrise MediaOwner
- ConAgraSales Manager
- Hunt-Wesson FoodsSales Manager
Saratoga Springs, New York
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