Appointment with Fred Bullock – Marketing & Branding: Friday, October 9
Marketing is one of the most critical but least understood elements of building a business. What’s your story? What makes you different from potential competitors? What are the options for selling your product? Apply to meet with Silicon Valley marketing veteran Fred Bullock for a 45-minute slot on Friday, October 9. Fred specializes in assisting startups and scale-ups accelerate revenue, market share and brand momentum.
About Fred Bullock
Fred helps startups, scale-ups and transforming companies accelerate revenue, market share and brand momentum. He’s led global marketing teams at iconic brands including Apple, HP and PayPal during periods of rapid growth.
As Chief Marketing Officer at Silicon Valley startups he established the marketing function, honed investor pitch decks, crafted compelling messaging and teamed with sales and product groups to optimize market and customer fit.
Fred has been tapped as a board advisor by startups including Turn, a programmatic ad network acquired by SingTel/Amobee, Glint, an employee engagement platform acquired by Microsoft/LinkedIn, and Xnor, a machine learning/AI company acquired by Apple.
Knowledgeable in all facets of marketing: strategy and operations, customer insight, branding, messaging, product and channel marketing, Go To Market planning and demand generation, Fred’s passion is supporting young health tech companies bring great products to market and helping propel them to success.
Our office hours are hosted by leading experts who have generously offered their services pro bono to our entrepreneurs.
If you choose a timeslot, we will require a $100 credit card deposit. The deposit will be refunded the day after you attend. No-shows will not receive a refund. Please be punctual; arrivals late by more than 15 minutes will be considered no-shows.
If you find that you are unable to attend, you may request a refund up to 5 days in advance. (This will give us time to offer the slot to the first person on the waitlist.) We regret that we cannot honor requests made at a later time.