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Episode 2: Jay Mandel (Mastercard, IBM, The Collective NYC)

Join me as Jay Mandel (Mastercard, IBM, The Collective NYC) shares how he's changing the way the world sees and works with ad agencies by launching The...
David Berkowitz (360i, MRY, Sysomos, Serial Marketer) and Leo Morejon - The Build & Inspire Podcast

Episode 1: David Berkowitz (360i, MRY, Sysomos, Serial Marketer)

Join me as David Berkowitz (360i, MRY, Sysomos, Serial Marketer) shares the early days of social media, building 360i, and launching the Serial Marketer blog and community.
Leo Morejon - Chattanooga, TN

The Marketing Conference that’s Launching a Community

The Real Time Summit wasn't just a marketing conference; it was an experience. An experience of collaboration, inspiration, people, and it's kicking off a...
5 Unconventional Sales Enablement Tools and How to Use Them

5 Unconventional Sales Enablement Tools and How to Use Them

This list of unconventional Sales Enablement tools covers tools that generally are not considered sales tools for one reason or another, and they can be used for...
10 Account Manager Guidelines for SaaS Enterprise Sales

10 Account Manager Guidelines for SaaS Enterprise Sales

I created the following list early in my career for use by a SaaS enterprise account management team that was young, unpracticed and ready to learn, because...
Pitch Case Studies: The Overhead Projector - Leo Morejon

Pitch Case Studies: The Overhead Projector

The perfect sales presentation focuses on storytelling, and the perfect sales presentation is a combination of science, art, planning, and improvisation. You need to share your message, ensure it...
Create Scalable Services: The Service Model Canvas

Create Scalable Services: The Service Model Canvas

Friction is one of the most significant issues for any company - new, small, or big. Friction slows progress, and diminishes results across communication, collaboration, project management - everything! The Service Model Canvas supports startups, growth stage companies, and large companies alike, reducing friction when developing new, scalable services. You can also think of this as a way to productize services. The document is not meant to be client-facing; it is designed to help with onboarding, marketing, and much more. It serves as a blueprint; it keeps everyone on the same page and explains different aspects that may be important to various projects.
Oreo Blackout Tweet - Leo Morejon

Leo Morejon; The Super Bowl Oreo Blackout Tweet, Stride Gum, and More

It was fun and an honor to profiled by The Social Media Marketing Institute and sharing more about my work in social media. The article covers how I...
Should Founders Build Their Own Sales Deck? - Build & Inspire

Should Founders Build Their Own Sales Deck?

The passion that the best founders have for their businesses can be intoxicating, and inspire a talented team to get on board and make their vision a reality.   However, not...
First Time Working Internationally? 7 Things to Consider

First Time Working Internationally? 7 Things to Consider

Congratulations – you’re working internationally! There’s excitement at every turn: new cultures to explore, new business practices, and so much more. While it’s an experience you’ll never...
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