14 Apr April 14, 2016 – Forbes 30 under 30 Jonathan Lacoste & Brand Humanizer Chris J. Snook
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Jonathan Lacoste – Co-Founder & COO at Jebbit, Forbes 30 Under 30 and Inc. Magazine Columnist
Jonathan Lacoste has been on the show before, and is one of the youngest guests we have had. As Co-Founder of Jebbit, Jonathan has arranged venture-backing for the marketing software startup. The company offers the industry’s first post-click engagement marketing system for some of America’s best known brands, like Reebok. It was named one of the “Top 25 Most Promising Companies in the World” by CNBC and the “#1 Startup” at SXSW. They also won the “Boston’s Hottest Startup” award and Tech Cocktail’s “Most Innovative Sales & Marketing Technology of the Year Award.” Great stuff, with an interesting conversation about dropping out of college.
Chris J. Snook – Venture Catalyst, CXO, Author and Entrepreneur In Residence
Chris J. Snook is the Executive/Brand Humanizer for Ethology. He helps brands audit and strategically develop and implement a customer-first marketing roadmap that maps to their most pressing business objectives. In his work, he is responsible and accountable for the commercial strategy, scale up, and corporate development of the organization. He is an active Mentor with the Founder’s Institute and trained and managed a global direct sales business in excess of 9800 reps with $1.7m MRR in the U.S, Japan, and HK with a successful exit. Chris was a consultant for QualcommLabs in 2013, harnessing all pipelines of innovation into a 360 degree marketing plan. He was the Editor In Chief for over 40 business books since 2010 including a Wall Street Journal & USA Today best seller. As Co-Founder of a spin-out mentor program for an international learning & development firm, they produced over $1.6m in sales in its first 6 months and were re-acquired by its parent. Chris also authored three international best-selling books sold in 13 countries.