Client Summit Speaker Spotlight: Marketing Strategist Speaker – Damian Bazadona

Damian Bazadona is the founder and President of Situation Interactive, a digital marketing agency. As the President, Damian oversees the strategic direction for the company and ensures his team connects the latest technology to the top brands in theater, arts, travel, tourism, film, television and sports. Situation supports brands like Metropolitan Opera, Major League Soccer, Guggenheim and Wicked on Broadway.  Crain’s New York Business has named Situation Interactive one of the best places to work in New York for three consecutive years in a row.

Prior to forming Situation Marketing, Damian was partner and Chief Marketing Officer of Cyber-NY Interactive where he was responsible for new business development and strategic initiatives for the firm. His work was instrumental in leading the firm to a 600% increase in sales, acquisition of Fortune 1000 clients, and inclusion to Ernst & Young and MIT’s Internet 500. 

Damian is an active contributor and source for leading Internet and business publications including The New York TimesVariety, Associated PressFortune Small Business and many more. In addition, he has served as a speaker and source for University research studies relating to online marketing for Yale University, New York University, Brooklyn College, Fordham University and George Mason University’s graduate level programs.

SBS Clients can watch Damian present his Marketing Strategy Session during  the NJ Client Summit, on October 18th. Makes sure to register early to take advantage of our offers for 3 free seats of Microsoft Office 365 and a free hotel room!

 

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