Patrick McFadden is known for Creating Environments Where You Can See Possibilities
Not afraid to tell it like he sees it, Patrick McFadden is an strategic, thought-provoking marketing practitioner rooted in the notion of “strategy before tactics” in the market we live in and betting on one’s market differentiation to ensure a path to success and growth. Patrick will leave your audience educated, highly-informed, and begging for more.
There are certain special people who come into our lives bringing the ability to look at issues just a bit differently. They are able to come at issues with a 90-degrees different perspective. In the course of doing that, they challenge our assumptions and change our perspectives. Patrick McFadden is one of these special people. Give yourself a gift and spend 30-minutes exploring your world through Patrick’s creative mind. You will find you time well spent.
R Rushton (“Rush”) Paul, J.D., SPHR, HR Consultant
This guy knows what he’s talking about folks. If you really want to help your business to grow and thrive in today’s world then I highly recommend you perk up an ear and listen to what Patrick McFadden has to say.
Bill Harris, Sales Professional
American Express OpenForum calls Patrick McFadden a marketing thought leader and Manta exclusively named him as a person to follow.
Clip from “7 Things You Can Do Right Now to Rev Up Your Design Firm Marketing Program”
On Thursday, the Greater Richmond, Convention Center at the mid-Atlantic’s largest annual educational event and expo, Patrick presented “7 Things You Can Do Right Now to Rev Up Your Design Firm Marketing Program” to over 200 attendees
Chesterfield, VA 23225
Patrick McFadden is a small business strategic marketing expert.
He changes the way small businesses think and approach developing marketing strategy and executing marketing plans. His marketing advice can be seen on media outlets such as Yahoo! Small Business Advisor, INC., American Express OpenForum, Business2Community, WRVA 1140AM, and Greater Richmond Small Business Development Center.
Meghan Codd Walker, Principal at Zuula Consulting, LLC
Patrick’s Most Popular Topics Include:
The Importance of Educational Content
20 – 60 minutes -or- Half-Day Workshop
Marketing has changed more in the last 20 years than any other business discipline. Far more than accounting or management. Why are we relying on the same-old marketing techniques? Why are organizations marketing in a fashion that doesn’t resonate with current prospects?
We’ve built this presentation for the business owner and organization of today. Learn how to compete, build know, like and trust, educate, be found and convert sales through educational content.
You will learn:
- How to create content that builds trust and educates your prospect
- The best way to sell
- How to develop content that drives results
- How to present your offering to limit a no decision
Not able to attend a seminar or workshop? Get started today with our free eBook: 7 Components of a Successful Marketing Plan
5 Things Your Business Must Do The Right Way to Grow
20 – 60 minutes -or- Half-Day Workshop
In my work as a strategic marketing consultant, there is a never-ending list of things businesses must do in order to grow. It’s just a fact, and that fact is exploited by plenty of vendors that want to sell you things that may or may not actually move you towards growth.
If your business has experienced any growth, there comes a time when a company approaches you with an service or product that seems to address your need, but in fact, is so detrimental it may actually erode your business.
- The best way to advertise your business
- Make referrals automatic
- Gain third party proof
- Locate the best way to get customers
- Gain repeat business
Not able to attend the seminar or workshop? Get started today with our free eBook: 7 Components of a Successful Marketing Plan
Patrick has presented for the following organizations:
Additional Information and Speaking Fee
- Contact us to discuss customize topic ideas, panelist opportunities, half day or full day workshops, seminars and individual presentations fees.