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Chris O’Shea

Business Consultant

Chris O’Shea is a business consultant at BDC. He has spent that last number of years working in sales and marketing consulting with BDC. Prior to that, he was developing growth strategies for entrepreneurs and businesses across the country in the agency world. In his 20-plus year career, Chris has also worked in sales, web development, digital marketing, business analysis and technology consulting. He is a client focused and technically savvy professional with a passion for turning business needs into results driven solutions. An advocate of clearly defined processes, he constantly looks for ways to align technology with requirements while always keeping an eye on the bottom line.

Recent posts

Blog Sales and marketing
July 16, 2020 | Sales and marketing

Restart your marketing as the economy reopens

Marketing budgets are one of the easiest expenses to cut for cashflow purposes but taking your foot off the marketing gas pedal can be self-defeating.

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Blog Sales and marketing
January 21, 2020 | Sales and marketing

Being the face of your brand: Part 2

Step away from the day-to-day sales. Every business is on a growth journey and entrepreneurs must navigate different roles and responsibilities at each stage.

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Blog Sales and marketing
January 14, 2020 | Sales and marketing

Being the face of your brand: Part 1

Learn how to grow your business by leveraging your personal brand and being the face of your business to increase customer awareness and recognition.

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Blog Sales and marketing
February 11, 2019 | Sales and marketing

Why your customer acquisition strategy needs to include paid digital advertising

Any new lead generation or customer acquisition strategy needs to include paid digital ads. Learn why.

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Blog Sales and marketing
April 09, 2018 | Sales and marketing

Why everyone hates sales meetings and what to do about it

Sales meetings can be tedious and ineffective, but you still need to have them. Here’s how you can make them useful.

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