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Eric Fletcher is a seasoned marketing/business development executive, a published author and speaker. He advises professional service firms on strategic planning, growth, marketing, communication and sales. He authors the Marketing Brain Fodder Blog, is recognized among the “50 Marketing Thought Leads” by Brand Quarterly Magazine, ranks among the 50 most followed CMOs on Twitter, is co-author of “8 Mandates for Social Media Marketing Success,” and is a TEDx Talks presenter. Learn more at:

The “If-the-Market-Knew-My-Story” Approach to Business Development

The “If-the-Market-Knew-My-Story” Approach to Business Development

There is a basic principle in communication theory—shared experiences form the basis for the most effective communication. Even if we did not formally study the science, most of us have first-hand experience with the validity of the principle—in intimate, social and professional settings alike. In the space where experiences of the communicator overlap with those […]

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