Finding the right marketing keynote speaker.
The purpose of marketing is to attract potential customers to a company’s product or service. Through their marketing efforts, companies need to deliver value, demonstrate the benefits of their product or service, and build and strengthen loyalty to support the ultimate goal of increasing sales. That’s a tall order. And in today’s world, keeping up with new trends in marketing is crucial to success. Booking a marketing keynote speaker for your next event means delivering what your audience truly needs – marketing in a way that supports company goals while also staying informed about what’s new in the world of marketing.
Just like there are numerous types of marketing strategies, they are also numerous marketing speakers. Finding the right fit for your event will depend on the focus of your specific goals. Do you need a digital marketing expert? A content marketing thought leader? Are you looking to increase word of mouth marketing? Are you exploring new omnichannel marketing solutions? Looking to increase your SEO and social media?
Who are the best marketing speakers of 2021?
With more than two decades of event industry experience, Michelle Joyce Speakers is proud to be a trusted source for industry knowledge and information. Our passion for this industry makes us enthusiastic about sharing that knowledge. And our many contacts across the industry make us a willing and valuable resource for you.
A question we are often asked here at Michelle Joyce Speakers is, “Who are the best marketing speakers today?” The short answer is: “Whew! We love marketing speakers – and there are a lot.” Every year, we come up with a list of people we think are some of the most effective and respected marketing keynote speakers in the world.
It comes as no surprise that a few of our speakers are included in this list because we do think they are among the best at what they do. At the same time, we recognize there are many other great speakers out there too. In our efforts to educate all event organizers, here is a list of seven speakers we feel have earned an incredibly solid reputation in the marketing space.
Marcus Sheridan: Named “One of 20 Speakers You Don’t Want to Miss” by Forbes and a “Web Marketing Guru” by The New York Times, Marcus Sheridan inspires audiences globally with forward-thinking, easy-to-apply marketing and sales strategies. As an owner of IMPACT, Marcus has established one of the most successful digital sales and marketing agencies in the country. His book, They Ask You Answer, has become a playbook for thousands of organizations. Learn more about Marcus HERE.
Jay Baer: Filled with real-world case studies and examples, Jay’s entertaining and engaging programs teach companies how to turn marketing into their biggest business growth advantage. A New York Times best-selling author of six books; inductee into the Word of Mouth Marketing Hall of Fame; inductee into the Professional Speaker’s Hall of Fame, and founder of five multi-million-dollar businesses, Jay is a valued industry leader on marketing innovation. Learn more about Jay HERE.
Andrew Davis: Bestselling author, former TV producer, and internationally acclaimed keynote speaker Andrew Davis teaches business leaders how to grow their businesses, transform their cities, and leave their legacy. Recognized as one of the industry’s “Jaw-Dropping Marketing Speakers,” Andrew is a mainstay on global marketing influencer lists. His marketing programs teach how to earn attention, create the urge to act, and turn browsers into buyers. Learn more about Andrew HERE.
Sally Hogshead: Growing up with the last name Hogshead would give anyone a quirky point of view, and according to this bestselling author and Hall of Fame Speaker, it’s better to be different. A leading authority on the science of fascination (why we’re impressed by certain people and brands), Sally has twice been named the #1 Global Brand Guru, and frequently appears in national media. She is the creator of The Fascinate® Test, the first personal brand measurement, taken by more than one million professionals, including leaders in companies such as Facebook, Porsche, NASA, and Twitter. Learn more about Sally HERE.
Brian Fanzo: What if you could leverage technology in real time to engage your customers at the right time? Brian Fanzo explains that your marketing success isn’t determined by you (the brand); it’s determined by your customers. And if you want to reach your customers in the ways and places they prefer, you must create marketing from their perspective. His “think like a fan” program is a customer favorite among marketing presentations for audiences of all sizes. Learn more about Brian HERE.
Shama Hyder: A recognized thought leader in the field of marketing and business, Shama Hyder is a visionary strategist for the digital age, a web and TV personality, a bestselling author, and the award-winning CEO of Zen Media – a global marketing and digital PR firm. She has been named the “Zen Master of Marketing” by Entrepreneur Magazine and the “Millennial Master of the Universe” by FastCompany.com. Shama has also been honored at both the White House and The United Nations as one of the top 100 young entrepreneurs in the country. Learn more about Shama HERE.
Kindra Hall: Every brand has a story to tell. Kindra Hall teaches you how. Trusted by global brands to teach their teams how to better communicate the value of their company, Kindra teaches how to capture attention, close more sales, and increase influence through the art of strategic storytelling. This unique approach to marketing, using the power of story, has earned her the reputation of becoming a conference favorite. Learn more about Kindra HERE.
We book speakers and build relationships.
At Michelle Joyce Speakers, we help you find the ideal speakers for your events. We are proud to represent some of the absolute best in this industry. In fact, Marcus Sheridan, Jay Baer, and Brian Fanzo are exclusively represented by our team. To book any of our speakers – including our marketing keynote speakers listed above – contact us.
Do you have a favorite marketing speaker? Let us know in the comments or send an email – we’d love to hear what earned them the top spot on your list.