Company: Moving Minds
Speaker: Lou Hughes, Founder & CEO
About the speaker:
Lou Hughes is the Founder & CEO of Moving Minds, an award-winning global marketing agency.
Moving Minds enables venture-backed start-ups to the Fortune 500 get to market faster and smarter with ‘Growth as a Managed Service,’ a fractional, more agile model designed for CXOs.
Since 2006, Moving Minds has served a diverse group of global clients, including Siemens, MasterCard, Citi, Axogen, Thomson Reuters, Caremark, Costar Group, Norwest Venture Partners, HealthSouth, Fannie Mae, Tessco, Schweiger Dermatology, and The United Nations.
Moving Minds helps companies develop, redefine and execute their marketing strategies, go-to-market, corporate identity & branding, brand awareness, messaging & positioning, product launches, marketing communications, corporate communications, thought leadership, sales enablement, product & services commercialization, UX design, digital enablement, advertising, budgeting & forecasting, multi-channel campaign management, media & analyst relations, web site design & development, digital marketing, marketing automation, web analytics, marketing automation systems, data, CRM, search engine marketing & optimization, and e-mail marketing.
He has attended The University of Southern California, Harvard University and The University of Alabama, graduating with a BA in Communication. He is the recipient of numerous industry awards for excellence in marketing, digital marketing, e-commerce, branding, and creative achievement, including a Webby Award, Internet Week 100 recognition, Interactive Media Awards and WebAwards.
Mission: Bring together Chamber tourism members, businesses and area leaders to support and promote tourism in Palm Beach County, providing a portal for information, partnerships, and community participation through collaborative and creative leadership.
The task force will:
- Gather information on issues and challenges
- Brainstorm and implement solutions
- Provide a portal for information, partnerships and community participation