AUSTIN, TEXAS – APRIL 14, 2016 – Don Osmond, managing partner and founder of OzComm Marketing, will present a variety of successful examples of authentic marketing at the Professional Referral Network on April 28, 2016 at 11:30 at North by Northwest (5701 W Slaughter Ln, Austin, TX 78749). His presentation will highlight effective strategies and tactics that increase a company’s awareness, and improve customer retention.
“The only lasting marketing method is for a company to be truly authentic,” said Osmond. “Companies that employ an authentic approach will yield more quality relationships with their customers, which effect helps the bottom line on more than one front.”
About Don Osmond
Don Osmond, known as the ‘Donfather’ of authentic marketing and communications, has a track record of helping businesses avoid the unforgiving creative overspend trap for more than 10 years. His approach to marketing strategy has saved his clients millions of dollars in potential marketing disasters. His perspective on what makes marketing effective stems from a lifetime enveloped by media.
As a public speaker, he as presented his guiding philosophies to thousands, waving the banner of authenticity. He has waxed eloquent on how being authentic to one’s brand, or personal brand, is paramount to establish a leadership position. He affirms a similar mantra for businesses.
About OzComm Marketing
Founded in 2009 in the shadows of the Rock Mountains, OzComm Marketing developed an authentic approach to marketing, which has proven a successful model by helping its clients maintain profitability, and ensuring continued growth.
The capabilities and expertise found within OzComm Marketing drives strategic marketing innovation and creativity. From there, the similarities between OzComm and its competition diverge, and put OzComm in a class of its own. Its methodologies lead their clients down cost effective avenues while delivering favorable bottom line results.
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For Immediate Release
April 14, 2016
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