Twitter is like an online cocktail party – a mishmash of chatter about work, life and the news of the day with folks you know and folks you need to meet. It’s also a powerful tool for sharing knowledge, spreading ideas and building businesses. Twitter is the internet’s conversation engine. If you rely on interacting with new prospects to drive business growth, come learn a few good ideas for making twitter fit in your business development strategy.
Charlie is a purveyor of attention. He helps growing brands stand out from the clutter.
He opened the doors on Curve Detroit Advertising, Marketing & Design after being thrown out of several well respected ad agencies. As a writer, designer and strategist, he has delivered blue sky ideas and bottom line results for blue chip local and national clients including: Saturn, Mazda, Boyne, Sanders Candy and Blue Cross.
Charlie is a sought after keynote speaker for his lively presentations on branding, marketing and social networking. He helps smart companies stay on top of what’s new, what’s now and what’s next in the world of business.
Charlie loves ice cream, downhill skiing as fast as possible and the feel of Lake Michigan sand between his toes. His dislikes include poorly designed billboards, speed limits and people who flick cigarette butts out the window. He’s happily married to his unhappily married wife, Elena. They have a two year old son named Lanagan Jack, who will one day grow up to be a pirate.