8 Marketing Keynote Speakers Who Can Help Make Your Brand Stand Out

5 January 2021

Marketers are faced with huge challenges over the next few years and booking a marketing keynote speaker can help provide that external voice to guide teams through the layers of uncertainty.

For instance, the pandemic has brought economic and societal change whereby consumers want to engage with brands who share the same values and purpose, which is forcing senior leadership teams to look internally and consider if their brand proposition matches up with the reality. We also have a looming global recession which will impact spending habits within both B2B and B2C markets.

The way we do business has changed too. While we move through the next stages of the pandemic it's for certain we'll need to adhere to social distancing measures. So how brands engage both in the physical and digital world need to be carefully thought through. And there will be political changes, both between the UK/EU, but also in the USA.

When faced with periods of economic downturns and uncertainty, the default strategy is to cut costs, scale back and ride out the storm. This approach however misses the opportunities that can arise but ignores the fact it is mildly difficult to predict when that storm shall past.

So our experts have selected some of the best marketing keynote speakers , whether it's an in-person event or a virtual meeting, who would be perfect to share their stories, answer questions, provide inspiration and help marketing teams drive return on investment.

Jo Malone

Entrepreneurial perfumer Jo Malone has bottled the secret to successful branding and product design, which she shares with audiences as an engaging marketing keynote speaker ; unstoppably creative, Jo shares her inspirational journey from mixing innovative body oils in her kitchen to becoming a global icon of luxury fragrance.

Omar Johnson

Omar is a marketing and branding keynote speaker, entrepreneur, former CMO at Beats by Dre, and former VP Marketing at Apple. He shares stories on how brands build authenticity and emotion, the new rules of marketing, why the best idea wins, and of course The Beats story.

Louise Troen

Louise Troen is the Vice President of International Marketing and Communications at Bumble. An expert in brand marketing, communications and strategic growth, she has worked with the likes of Samsung, Google, Uniqlo and Converse. A friendly face and a vibrant marketing keynote speaker, Louise has a lot to offer for businesses looking to stay ahead of the curve.

Nicola Mendelsohn

Nicola Mendelsohn is Vice President of Facebook EMEA and considered one of the most important women in tech today. As Co-Chair of Creative Industries Council, Nicola is not only an advocate for the creative industries, she also offers a voice for women within the workplace, advocating flexible working and work life balance for women with children.

Johnny Cupcakes

If  you  dream  of  inspiring  cult-like  brand  loyalty — the  kind  that  involves  mile-long  queues  and  even  permanent  tattoos — Johnny  Cupcakes  is  for  you.  The  founder  of  the  world-renowned  tee-shirt  brand  Johnny  Cupcakes,  Johnny’s  known  for  helping  other  people  create  blueprints  for  building  brand  loyalty,  creating  memorable  experiences,  and  inspiring  innovation.

Joe McEwan

Joe is the former Head of Brand at innocent who tells the inspiring 18 year story of how a West London startup went on to become Europe's fastest growing drinks brand. Joe instils his audience with passion and determination. To Joe, brand communication needs to be natural, honest and engaging, at the heart of establishing innocent’s identity, Joe explains how business is simple if you keep things creative and consumer focused.

Kirsty Hulse

Kirsty Hulse is the founder and Managing Director of Manyminds, a digital marketing agency that works exclusively with freelancers in remote teams across the world, and Co-Founder of disruptive marketing agency, Outrageous Creative, evangelising how companies of all sizes do their best creative work. With clients such as Virgin Atlantic, IBM and Claire's, Kirsty has truly disrupted the way global companies outsource their marketing efforts

Mark Palmer

As the former Marketing Director of Pret A Manger and Green & Black's organic chocolate, Mark Palmer is one of the UK’s most popular and influential business speakers. Mark enlightens business audiences on his success stories and his path to his respected reputation. A professional and practical speaker, Mark would fit in well to a corporate event.

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