21 May May 21, 2019 – New Media Summit Steve Olsher, Small Biz Vinings Bank Caric Martin and TV Scriptwriter Daniel Robinson
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I’m a huge believer in the Visibility Begets Visibility principle. The
more shows you appear on and the more visibility you get, the
more inbound inquiries you get.
Steve Olsher is known as the world’s foremost reinvention expert. Famous for helping individuals and corporations become exceptionally clear on their WHAT – that is, the ONE thing they were created to do – his practical, no-holds-barred approach to life and business propels his clients and presentation attendees towards achieving massive profitability while cultivating lives of purpose, conviction, and contribution. He is the New York Times bestselling author of What Is Your WHAT?: Discover The One Amazing Thing You Were Born To Do, international keynote speaker, Chairman & Co-Founder of Liquor.com, and in-demand media guest who has appeared on CNN, Fox Business and other national outlets.
Caric Martin – Senior Vice President at Vinings Bank
Community banks only have 13 percent of the assets nationally
and they do more than 45 percent of the small business lending.
Caric Martin is a senior vice president at Vinings Bank with a specialty focus on business development and relationship management. He is a longtime banker from Cobb County, having spent over 25 years with financial institutions in that area. Most recently, he was the district director for Congressman Barry Loudermilk, having served in that role since 2015. He now returns to banking and continues his role in servicing the financial needs of people and companies. He holds a Master of Business Administration from the University of Georgia and completed the Graduate School of Banking of the South at Louisiana State University.
Daniel Robinson – Scriptwriter of How To Get Away With Murder, author of First They Ignore You
Daniel Robinson has worked in the television business for the last ten years, starting off at an agency and slowly advancing his career by answering phones, giving notes on scripts and delivering kale salads for lunch. He’s worked on Party Down, Private Practice, Scandal, Grey’s Anatomy and is currently scheduled to write his first episode of television for season three of ABC’s How To Get Away With Murder, where he is employed as the researcher. His debut fiction manuscript First They Ignore You explores the neurosis-inducing slog of building a career in entertainment while using fast food as a debilitating emotional crutch.