DMA Atlanta Luncheon March 11 | 5 Marketing Myths holding back Marketing Future


Stan Rapp, Chairman, Engauge

Thursday, March 11, 2010

11:30 am until 1:30 pm

Q & A Immediately following


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 You will learn:

There has never been more exciting new opportunities to build customer relationships and boost revenues streams. The arrival of the Digital Era makes marketing miracles possible, but few companies are taking full advantage of the new environment. What often stands in the way are the Five Marketing Myths holding back Marketing Future”.

 Rapp explodes the myths in this inspirational view of what you can do starting tomorrow.

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 Maggiano’s Little Italy

4400 Ashford Dunwoody Road
Atlanta, GA 30346
Phone: 770-804-3313

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 About the speaker:

About Stan Rapp                                                                                       

 Business Builder

Stan Rapp is a marketing icon who has twice served as Chairman/CEO of global advertising agencies with combined 2008 annual revenues that added up to over a billion dollars.  As co-founder of Rapp Collins (rebranded as RAPP), he spent 23 years at the helm of what grew to become one of the top five advertising agencies in Amercia. While he was CEO of McCann Relationship Marketing (MRM) and served on the Board of McCann Erickson WorldGroup for six years, MRM revenue increased ten-fold. His current endeavor is Chairman of the new Engauge enterprise that is building a next-generation Total Engagement Agency.

7-Time Author

When MaxiMarketing, co-authored with Tom Collins, was published in 1986, David Ogilvy said: “Everyone in advertising must read this book.” Ogilvy’s comment started the authors on the way to bestseller stardom. Over 250,000 copies of MaxiMarketing were sold worldwide in more than a dozen languages. Five books followed, each with fresh insight into the turnaround from mass marketing to the one-to-one concept first proclaimed in MaxiMarketing. His seventh book, Reinventing Interactive and Direct Marketing, edited for McGraw-Hill was published in association with the Direct Marketing Association in October 2009.

Keynote Speaker

Rapp has been the keynoter at business conferences in just about every first-world country and many emerging markets, including engagements at the Marketing Society of the UK, the American Chamber of Commerce in Tokyo, the Advertising Club of Bombay, the Marketing Expo in Sao Paulo, Brazil, the Europay MasterCard Members Meeting in Seville, Spain, the Australian Direct Marketing Association in Sydney, and in the US at a wide range of industry verticals including his role as keynoter at the DMA Annual Conference more often than any other direct marketing luminary.


Rapp is a globally acclaimed marketing thought leader. He was elected to the Hall of Fame of the U.S. Direct Marketing Association and was the first American admitted to the Freedom of the City of London as a Freeman of the British “Worshipful Company of Marketors.” He is the 2005 winner of the prestigious DMEF Vision Award given only twice in this decade.  Advertising Age magazine, with the Advertising Club of New York, named him as one of the 101 “stars” that shaped the history of advertising in the twentieth century. Investors Business Daily featured his life story in its inspiring and widely-followed “Leaders & Success” series. Most recently he was chosen to deliver a keynote address at the 2009 Annual Conference of the DMA to introduce his new concept of an iDirect Marketing future.

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