Disruptive and UN-Traditional Marketing, Branding and Relationship Expert
Scott Stratten is the President of UnMarketing. He has Co-Authored 6 best-selling business books with his business partner and wife Alison and was formerly a music industry marketer, National Sales Training Manager, and a College Professor. He ran one of the most successful viral video agencies in the world for nearly a decade before solely focusing on speaking at events for companies like Walmart, Pepsi, Adobe, IBM, Microsoft, Cirque du Soleil and Saks Fifth Avenue when they need help navigating their way through the landscape of business disruption.
Scott in Action
“An absolute must-get as a speaker!!! Simply brilliant! Laughed so hard I was in tears & I learned a ton. I truly believe I’m a better practitioner than I was when I woke up this morning. Scott Stratten, you’re the best!!”
An eye-opener of why, and how, we need to start shifting our marketing weight from the broadcast leg to the dialogue leg. And it doesn’t hurt one bit that he made it the funniest and most entertaining presentation we all sat through all year.
“Scott Stratten gave one of the most insightful, entertaining, and powerful presentations I’ve ever heard. His insights into improving the customer experience and company branding by harnessing talent at all levels of an organization, along with his ideas for bridging the generation gap, left our members inspired and ready to create lasting change at their organizations. We’ve since heard rave reviews from attendees, many of whom said Scott was by far among the best speakers they’ve ever heard. And it’s worth noting that Scott is hysterically funny.”
Here’s what makes Scott Stratten different and awesome: he’s a conference keynote speaker, yet he’ll arrive a day early and mingle with attendees in the exhibit hall. Just because. He’ll decide to engage in a live Google Hangout that marries a live audience with an Internet audience – because he knows the value it has to attendees. He’ll show up and deliver an amazing talk that has our attendees literally laughing so hard they hurt; yet learning so much they can’t wait to act on it all. And after all of that, he’ll still rush out to the lobby to shake hands, take pictures and actually practice what he’s preaching. Engagement isn’t just something Scott writes or talks about: it’s something the man actually lives. Period. His ability to walk the talk