|Have a vision. Use your resources. Deliver something meaningful. – Dennis Hodges|
Dennis has spent most of his career marketing media companies. Blending his art and business backgrounds helps him look at life from a unique perspective. His speaking engagements often use photography as a metaphor for things people deal with everyday in their professional and personal lives. They are visually rich and are laced with stories to help convey the message.
Drawing unique parallels between fine art, creativity and business, Dennis helps executives to develop a fresh perspective about work and to seize the moment; even to think outside of the box by learning how to play in one. His presentations are customized for the audience and can be followed by a workshop, which offers clients the opportunity to put into play some of the concepts shared.
Here are a few recent comments from presentation attendees:
Dennis is not only a gifted marketer, but also an excellent photographer. This rare combination came to life in his “Perspective” presentation showing parallels between photography and the art of marketing. He has a talent for drawing pictures that allow the listener to open up to different points of view. Dennis opened a window that let us look at the same things we do day in and day out, in a different way.
– Doron Hacmon, Managing Director, Product and Online Marketing Group, UPC
Dennis played an integral role in the success of our annual meeting of senior marketing, sales and customer care executives. He used examples from photography to help our executive team "step back" and take a fresh look and innovative approach to the opportunities ahead. His session was energizing and motivated us to create the positive solutions we needed to move forward.
- Brad Gunn, Strategic Managing Director of Marketing, Sales & Care
Upcoming speaking engagements:
New Europe Market, Dubrovnik, Croatia, May 8-11. 2013
Digital TV CEE, Krakow, Poland, June 25-27, 2013
To learn more about Dennis’ presentations and availability, please contact him.