LA2M Speaker C.C. Chapman

Please join us this Wednesday, February 6th at LA2M for a very special guest presentation by best-selling author and award-winning marketing expert, C.C. Chapman!

C.C. has years of professional speaking experience and offers insight on a variety of topics related to social media, entrepreneurship, and online marketing. His speeches are dynamic, energetic, and packed with information to consider for the future.

Author C.C. Chapman will discuss the concepts from his latest book ‘Amazing Things Will Happen’  which is his guide to living a happy and fulfilling life. C.C. is also the co-author of the best seller Content Rules, a book that showcases the value of “organizations as publishers.”

In 2007, C.C. launched his own marketing agency, The Advance Guard, which he sold in 2009. He’s helped create, manage and execute ambitious online and offline marketing campaigns for startups and multinationals. His clients have included American Eagle Outfitters, The Coca-Cola Company, HBO, Verizon and many others.

In addition to presenting during lunch at LA2M at Conor O’Neill’s in Ann Arbor, C.C. Chapman will also be speaking at the Motor City Casino Hotel on Wednesday night.

C.C. Chapman explains that the only way to be successful is to work hard to make your dreams a reality. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to hear from one of the best in the industry!

For more information, please check out C.C.’s website at http://www.cc-chapman.com/ and follow him on Twitter @cc_chapman.

What Does X Equal?

TEDxDetroit, a local variation of the popular TED conference and talks, took place this past October at the GEM Theatre in downtown Detroit. The day was full of great ideas and great presentations about the great things people are doing to make a difference in their community.

Take Tom Nardone, for example – he’s a pumpkin carving artist, (which is cool in and of itself), but he organized something called the “Mower Gang“, a group of people who get together to mow the grass at Detroit’s abandoned parks and repair some of the equipment, or Andy Diordosi. who saw a huge gap in Detroit’s public transit service. He wanted to fix it, so he founded the Detroit Bus Company to fill in where the SMART system and the People Mover might not reach.

The day was filled with a positive spirit, an overwhelming energy, and optimism for the future of Detroit and Michigan, and this video was made to capture that for you:

Ingenex Digital Marketing was on hand at the event volunteering to do all of the social media agency-type work, but this video was a sort-of collaborative effort. The music was courtesy of one of the day’s performing bands, I Love Lighting Bugs. Photos were courtesy of some fantastic event attendees – Erin O’Neill,  Brandon Ross, Carter Sherline, Derek Mehraban, Jay Singleton, and Robin Maghielse, and the event itself was possible thanks to a major part by Charlie Wolborg, the organizer of TEDxDetroit.