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|TRAVELS FROM: South Carolina|
- Lessons Learned in Igniting Word of Mouth Movements
- It Only Takes One: Igniting Word of Mouth Movements with the First Conversation
- Bringing Sexy Back to Offline Word of Mouth Marketing: Driving Online Programs with Offline Engagement
Branding | Communications | Marketing | Customer Service
Geno Church is the Word of Mouth Inspiration Officer at Brains on Fire, but he considers himself more of a pathfinder for the firm's clients. He has walked down the path with Fiskars Brands, Best Buy, Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, the American Booksellers Association, Charleston Parks Conservancy, the U.S. Office of National Drug Control Policy, Love146, and Rage Against the Haze (South Carolina's youth-led anti-tobacco movement). He likes uncovering the DNA of sustainable word of mouth movements.
Geno Church has spoken around the world at places such as the Word of Mouth Marketing Association (WOMMA), the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA), American Marketing Association (AMA), and the World Africa Customer Management Conference.
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