- Neil Godin International Inc.Business speaker, trainer, writer, present
- The Columbian Newspapers (BC’s first daily, now defunct, sadly), as a reporter and editor. Entrepreneur the rest of my career (I’d make a terrible employee).
Neil Godin is a native of Vancouver, Canada. As a business speaker, trainer and consultant, he works with companies of all sizes and kinds—in every kind of business and industry. His client list includes Fortune-1000 level companies such as Ford, Shell, McDonalds, Telus, KPMG, Subway, Dun & Bradstreet, ReMax, and The Royal Bank, as well as hundreds of small and mid-size companies. He has been called “a walking encyclopedia” of sales and marketing strategies, ideas, how-to’s and success stories. His seminars and conference presentations deliver a fresh, invigorating (and entertaining) flow of ideas “from the real world,” delivered in an engaging “roving mike” format that audience members enjoy thoroughly. While most of Neil’s clients are healthy companies that want to ramp up their sales, he also specializes in working with companies in crisis—where sales always have to be doubled or tripled – immediately – at minimal cost. Doing this specialized guerrilla marketing work over the past 28 years has earned him the nickname, The Turnaround Guy.® Neil is the host and publisher of “Marketing Dangerously,” a sales and marketing coaching service that delivers “An Idea a Day” to members around the globe—as well as monthly coaching teleseminars; live coaching events—and a huge archive of business building articles, and audio and video recordings, called “The Idea Vault.” He is also author of “Selling in the (Comfort) Zone” (available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble and other outlets). As a speaker he has presented to more than 300,000 business people from coast to coast in Canada and the United States.
- Como Lake High School, Vancouver School of Art, Montreal Museum of Art – School of Art and Design, Justice Institute of BC Center for Conflict Resolution.