Chris Brogan is an executive-level strategist and CEO advisor, working with companies at the 100M+ revenue range. The projects he works on with C-level executives involve everything from scouting M&A opportunities in B2B enterprise SaaS, strategic pathing and decision-making, reorg efforts, and more.
He is also president of Chris Brogan Media, offering brand and digital content strategy as well as business strategy advisory services. Chris is a sought after keynote speaker and showrunner of The Backpack Show. He is the New York Times bestselling author of nine books and counting. He’s working on his tenth: The Backpack.
Chris has spoken for or consulted with the biggest brands you know, including Disney, Coke, Google, GM, Microsoft, Coldwell Banker, Titleist, Scotts, Humana Health, Cisco, Sony USA, and many more. He’s appeared on the Dr. Phil Show, interviewed Richard Branson for a cover story for Success magazine, and once even presented to a Princess. People like Paulo Coelho, Harvey Mackay, and Steven Pressfield enjoy sharing their projects and best ideas with Chris, because they know he’ll share them with you. Tony Robbins had Chris on his Internet Money Masters series. Forbes listed Chris as one of the Must Follow Marketing Minds of 2014, plus listed his website as one of the 100 best websites for entrepreneurs. Statsocial rated Chris the #3 power influencer online.
Not a big guy? I also help small business owners through classes and webinars at Owner Media Group.
Business Stories Matter
I have helped companies tell better business stories and reach more customers for the last several years in one form or another. I’ve published 9 books (tenth on the way) about how to use the web to build reputation and earn trust. I’ve provided content and storytelling advice to the biggest companies in the world.
It’s hard to get your own story right. You can’t tickle yourself. This is something like that. Let me work with you to make your business story make more sense to people inside the company, and to everyone you hope will hear your story over the years to come.
Biographies are really weird things. About pages. All that. You basically have to primp yourself up and act all pompous and important and make sure people know why you’re worth it. I’m a really approachable and nice-seeming guy. Never hesitate to introduce yourself to me when you see me out and about, okay? I’m nice. Promise.