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Marketing Technology Strategies to Attract Customers & Build Relationships (Part 1 of 2)

Take the mystery out of how to use technology to attract, nurture and win customers. Gain a proven Marketing Technology Roadmap to create curiosity and build relationships for your sales/business success.

Thriving with Capital One is on a mission to help small businesses thrive. These impactful sessions provide actionable takeaways and insights to help your business operate more efficiently and productively.

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About the Speakers

Marianne Ellis | CEO/Co-Founder of CEO Success Community

Marianne is the CEO/Co-Founder of CEO Success Community–the source for Women & Diversity Owned Businesses seeking Corporate Contracts with Fortune 500 companies. Proud to have coached thousands of Diversity CEOs and hired by Corporations and Associations SCE, CDW, NCA, WBENC, WBEC-West/Pacific for their signature workshops. Our mission is to show CEOs the fastest path to increased revenue and growth. Averaged more than $100 million in new billing growth in less than 18 months and have both sell side and buy-side experience running Fortune 500 RFPs. Amazon #1 Best Selling Author, Member of the Television Academy, Winner 2019 WBE Advocate of the Year, 2019 Community Impact Award and sought-after speaker.   





Suchi Gupta | Founder Pure Design Solution

Suchi Gupta is the Chief Digital Strategist of Pure Design Solution, a full-service digital marketing and design agency focused on digital transformation, marketing automation and brand activation. A small business advocate, Suchi has helped 100+ small businesses develop a winning roadmap by connecting their marketing and sales channels. Over the last decade, Suchi has worked with global teams to implement marketing technologies for sales activation. Her team has worked with more than a dozen start-ups, helping them go from negative revenue to multi-million-dollar entities. Her mission is to enable long-term growth for our clients by creating a symbiotic relationship between marketing and sales.