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Business Exchange Luncheon

Posted by bclark@cpmedia.com on May 20, 2017

Join us for the next luncheon in our Trailblazer Series on Thursday, July 13th.

The luncheon is from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM at One Church (817 N. Hamilton Rd). Tickets are $20 for members and $30 for non-members.

The speaker for this leg of the Trailblazer Series is David All from CivicHacks. David All is a classically-trained communications professional consistently playing a role in the evolution of communication. He is an accomplished and demonstrated expert in the areas of stakeholder storytelling, message crafting and distribution, audience definition, brand story development, crisis management and strategically utilizing emerging channels to win.

David is widely considered the pioneer of using social media in politics and advocacy. He was trained classically in communication in several positions on Capitol Hill, including speechwriter for the late U.S. Senator George V. Voinovich and communications director for Congressman Jack Kingston, then vice-chair of the House Republican Conference. Originally from Ohio, he learned the value of strategic communication as the campaign manager for a contested Ohio Congressional race and as communication director for a U.S. Senate race in Michigan.

A decade ago, David founded his first communication company, David All Group, a global interactive agency with offices in Washington, D.C., Columbus, San Francisco, and Chicago. It partnered with organizations and brands like PhRMA, CEA, NFIB, Intel, Google, Lenovo, and global cultural movement, Burning Man, to build and protect brands online.
The communication approach David started earlier has come to life in OneNineNinety. As founder and CEO of OneNineNinety, David and his team champion an ‘Audience First Communication’ philosophy that champions true storytelling of stakeholders from an intended audience.

Upon returning to Ohio, he created Startup Storytellers, now one of the largest annual gatherings of entrepreneurs in the Midwest.
David lives in Columbus with his two French Bulldogs. He practices Ashtanga Yoga.

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