June 30, 2020 – Visably Chris Dickey and Boomer Kelly Riggs and Millennial Robby Riggs

Chris Dickey

June 30, 2020 – Visably Chris Dickey and Boomer Kelly Riggs and Millennial Robby Riggs


 
 
Chris Dickey – Founder and CEO of Visably

I am drawn to search as a marketer because its the only place where
a bunch of people who don’t know each other, who need the same
widget, and they show up in the exact same place and asks for the
widget. Search serves up a totally unique customer.

Chris Dickey

Chris Dickey

Chris Dickey is the Founder and CEO of Visably, a new and first-to-market SaaS platform that manages a brand’s Search Engine Visibility (SEV). Using machine learning to classify over 100 million domains and websites, Visably is poised to be an indespensible tool for PR and Digital Agencies. Visably is currently in open-beta and available for anyone to trial it at no cost. Chris is also the Founder and Principal of Purple Orange Communication, a creative brand communications firm. As an owner and principal of a PR agency for over a decade, Chris has thoroughly explored the intersection of PR and search engine strategy. Chris is passionate about helping brands reach their needle-in-the-haystack customer and evangelizing multi-channel search strategy. He mainly focuses on finding new ways to rise through the clutter of the digital landscape to meaningfully connect with the right audiences.

 
 
Kelly Riggs and Robby Riggs – CounterMentor™ Leaders and Authors of Counter Mentor Leaders

For millennials, it comes down to one thing; respect!

Kelly and Robby Riggs

Kelly and Robby Riggs

Kelly Riggs and Robby Riggs both have successful careers as entrepreneurs. Kelly is an author, speaker, and well-recognized thought leader in the fields of sales strategy and leadership development, while Robby is a transformation/change specialist working primarily with Fortune 500 companies. Their mission is to help both Boomers & Millennials avoid the frustrations of simply flailing around in the dark, trying to “fix” a few things in order to solve these problems. They teach older-generation leaders how to adapt and lead effectively in the current chaotic, four-generation workplace. Simultaneously, they coach the younger, high-potential employees on how to cultivate the Counter Mentor™ relationship in order to bring their skills and knowledge to the workplace. They also host a podcast show called The CounterMentors Show, where both father and son debate and negotiate the best practices from two generations. Their new book, Counter Mentor Leadership: How to Unlock the Potential of the 4-Generation Workplace, offers practical, actionable advice that improves workplace culture and enables organizations to bridge the generational divide.