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Ken Schmidt


Make Some Noise: Open the Throttle and Dominate Your Marketplace Thrive Among Thorns: Untapped Growth Opportunities for Financial Services Roaring Out of the Recession: Business Strategies for the Road Ahead Going Global: Succeeding in an International Marketplace

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One of the most in-demand business speakers and communications consultants in America, Ken Schmidt is the former director of communications for Harley-Davidson Motor Company. Schmidt’s expertise in corporate positioning and media relations played a pivotal role in one of the most celebrated turnarounds in corporate history. Now an independent consultant, he has specialized in marketing and branding issues for such corporate powerhouses as Coca-Cola and IBM. An avid motorcyclist, Ken Schmidt discusses in his motivational speeches his struggle to restore Harley-Davidson’s image and re-ignite consumer demand for its motorcycles. He details how successful corporate cultures must maintain relationships with veteran customers and innovatively pursue new ones. Call SME today for booking Ken Schmidt as a keynote speaker, with us as the Ken Schmidt booking agency. Contact a Ken Schmidt booking agent to get a proposal.

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