Google, Facebook: how do they create value? To find out, we are delighted to invite you to a special breakfast and panel discussion on Friday, November 17 on “Digital Marketing Firms: How to Create Shareholder Value”. This meeting should interest Investors, Business Owners, Executives and Advisors. REGISTER NOW while seats are still available!
Learn the latest about how digital marketing firms and other b to b service firms measure and improve shareholder value! A great panel will inform and entertain us. You will also have the opportunity to meet other investors, business owners, senior managers and professionals who have similar interests to your own.
Join these experts and get insights to these topics and more along with Q & A at the Cleveland Racquet Club. Check in and complimentary breakfast starts at 730a, Panel starts at 750a. This event is complimentary and by invitation only.
The Panel includes:
Mark Goren is the founder and CEO of Point to Point, Inc., a nationally recognized B2B demand generation company, focused on building products, industrial and food manufacturing segments. He has launched and led a number of businesses including ETI Software, a company that was purchased by Adobe Systems. Mark is a graduate of The Ohio State University and has served on several profit and nonprofit boards including: United Way of Greater Cleveland, MOCA Cleveland, MidTown Cleveland, The Cleveland Jewish News and Jewish Family Services.
Andy Halko founded Insivia in 2002 after graduating from John Carroll University. Over 15 years, he has grown the Strategic Consulting & Digital Business firm to 20 plus employees, working with middle-market and fortune 500 companies around the country. Primarily focused on Commercial Real Estate and AEC companies, Insivia drives lead generation, employee engagement, and customer communications. Andy has been featured in a number of national publications and NBC Nightly News — while being a keynote speaker and avid volunteer growing entrepreneurial communities — Andy provides expertise in business strategy, a wide variety of marketing tactics, technology, and entrepreneurship.
Scot Lowry, CEO, joined Fathom in 2007 when he and Kevin Shaw acquired the company during the transition from early stage investors to the long term ownership structure currently in place. Prior to Fathom, Scot held leadership positions with complex service organizations in real-estate development, construction management, finance, sports and recreation facilities and health care information technology. Scot’s studied Finance and Entrepreneurship with degrees from the University of Florida (BS) and the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University (MBA). Scot is on the boards of Promise Partners Entrepreneurship Incubator, BVU’s Center for Non-Profit Excellence, Engage!Cleveland Young Professional Catalyst and The Congregation of St. Joseph’s River’s Edge Center for Reflection and Action. Scot is passionate about creating scalable, purpose–rich cultures that encourage people and organizations to reach for their full potential, capture their dreams and make positive contributions in the world.
Moderator: David Brown founded Red Hawk Associates, a lower middle market investment banking firm, in 1998. He is co-founder of the Center.
Program Host: Ben Calkins leads The Calkins Law Firm. He is co-founder of the Center.
Thank You to Our Sponsors:
JP Morgan Private Bank: it is a leading provider of wealth management solutions and advice and is an important segment of JPMorgan Chase, the largest US bank and the 6th largest bank in the world.