When I was introduced to Founder and CEO, Tara Kinney, and Chief Revenue Officer (CRO), Steph Hermanson, I was in the same place a lot of people find themselves today… working several different jobs and marketing side gigs while finishing up school, all with a pile of student loans, debts, and no real direction as to where I was going with my career.
A strong B2B go-to-market strategy must have messaging elements like target market and competitive differentiation, brand strategy, and supporting digital operations elements, such as websites. Integrating branding with effective, customer-friendly web design is a key step in making an impression and being memorable among website visitors and potential customers. Consistency and creativity are essential to creating an effective go-to-market strategy and a recognizable brand with a powerful digital footprint and do it well.
Atomic Revenue announces the transition of George Bardenheier Jr. as Chief Revenue Advisor to Advisory Board Member. In this position, he can continue to support Atomic Revenue’s progress and innovation alongside his new full-time position as Executive Vice President of Marketing at Spring-Green Enterprises, a Chicago-based, nationwide lawn services and pet services company, with whom he has been consulting as a fractional Chief Marketing Officer (CMO). At Spring-Green Enterprises, George will oversee their omni-channel marketing team and the B2C and B2B marketing strategies and implementation for both – the corporation and the franchisees.
Atomic Revenue is pleased to introduce its new Board of Managers. This announcement is the culmination of a process to broaden and deepen the experience and skillsets of Atomic Revenue’s leadership team to reflect the range of expertise and perspective we bring to our customer engagements.
In 2014, after many years in sales and sales leadership roles around the country, Ryan started Algorythmics, a company devoted to the discipline of sales operations. Nine months later he met Tara Kinney, now CEO of Atomic Revenue, who at the time owned a marketing operations firm. The two created a partnership and co-founded Atomic Revenue to combine sales and marketing operations with the intent of helping companies align both disciplines for the achievement of customer success.
Since the summer of 2017, when Glenn joined Atomic Revenue, his contributions to client relations and revenue operations have been invaluable. Thirty years of business experience and senior-level marketing on the other side of the desk gave him the ability to see the customers' perspective and bring Atomic Revenue’s mission to them through his gift of communication.
Since Atomic Revenue’s humble beginnings in 2014, Susan Becher Schultz has helped set the foundation for company success. Five years ago she sat at our CEO’s dining room table and helped to put key tools and systems in place that continue to play important roles in company operations today.
Atomic Revenue announced that Stephanie Nissen is now part of the ownership team at Atomic Revenue LLC, a national revenue operations consulting firm headquartered in Saint Louis, Missouri. The company specializes in aligning marketing, sales, customer and digital operations to optimize profit and revenue growth for small and middle-market businesses.
Hailed as “North America’s fastest growing tech conference”, Collision Conference unites global leaders like Google and Cisco with budding startups and investors from all around the world. Atomic Revenue attended Collision Conference 2018 in New Orleans last month and we absorbed valuable insights from some thought-provoking sessions as well as made connections with some emerging tech start-ups from around the globe. We want to highlight some of our top takeaways for you here and help you decide if Collision, which moves to Toronto next year, is an event you should add to your conference list.
The Atomic Revenue team recently attended the 6th annual Midwest Digital Marketing Conference (MDMC) put on by University of Missouri - St. Louis (UMSL). MDMC is a nonprofit event. All proceeds go to #MDMC Marketing Scholarship Fund, a UMSL Undergraduate Marketing Scholarship. If that wasn’t a good enough reason to support this event here in our own backyard, the content and networking opportunities sure are for us!