With a speaking style that is energetic, entertaining and personal, Jeff Marmins educates clients on modern digital sales, content marketing as well as social business culture, strategy and tactics.

He customizes every presentation to be audience specific, periodically adjusting to match the level of comprehension and engagement. His speaking engagements are better described as spirited discussion with high-participation and tangible take-away.

Jeff has presented to government agencies, technologists, marketers, media, students, entrepreneurs, and many other groups. He covers these topics from the 50,000 foot level down to the step-by-step workshop depending on audience and need.


“Jeff’s keynote opened my eyes to the future of social networking and put a professional vs. social spin on it, which is helpful to me in re-tooling my business plan.” ~ Renee Bosley, Wells Fargo Insurance Services

Speaking Programs

How To Build Interactive Digital Relationships That Generate More Revenue

trust social networking speaking programSocial Selling: It’s an activity not a website. Marketing, public relations and the media are embracing the social web to attract new customers and build brand loyalty. It doesn’t end there. Content marketing strategy and the development of valuable, useful content for the purpose of acquiring customers is both art and science. It’s a learning process to transition from “megaphone” to “mega-listen.” Customers can help decide which products go to market. What’s next?


Social Media Engagement and Risk Management

Man walking high wire in picture with arm holding pillow representing social media risk managementToday’s public social platforms and nearly commoditized connectivity brings about significant risks for government and business. The discussion of how to mitigate the risks without sacrificing digital social engagement that customers and constituents demand is critical. This talk covers:

Regulation in Digital Communication  – Wrangling the Moving Target
Communicating Awareness
Social Media Threat Landscape
Brand and Crisis Management Strategies and Observations
Embracing Technology Through Culture and Process

The Social Business Revolution

Business as usual won’t last long.  Understand why social business is imperative. What are the key problems with business as usual? Why will you have to move to social business software tools in order to remain competitive? How are businesses already using these technologies successfully to change work-flow, improving communication and collaboration across their employees, customers and the social web?

Why You Need To Care About Social Business and How it’s Changing Company Culture

Whatever you want to call our era today: The Information age, the technology Age or the knowledge economy, our social connectivity via the internet is changing how we participate in each other’s lives across the globe. Now, it is changing how business must listen to its customers and employees. The barrier between personal and business is crumbling. Each and every person now can reach millions in minutes, with good news or sharp criticism. As your business learns to listen, what will it do when it hears something?

How To Take Collaboration and Communication to the Next Level

social media speaker Jeff Marmins enterprise social businessThere are some steps that even an enterprise can begin to take while it considers its social business strategy. Now, social technologies are becoming tools for customer service, human resources and research and development. Innovation is becoming more agile, Mergers more effective faster and service less expensive. Examine what the levels of maturity are for business, where you might stand now, and what you can start doing so you can remain competitive in 2012 and beyond.