Organizations hire me to present highly personalized content to their employees, customers, and prospects.

The Problem

Marketing and sales folks are justifiably enthusiastic about their products, but they face two insurmountable obstacles in trying to get their messages heard:

  • People today are busier than ever. As such, they aren’t too keen on watching commercials. The Super Bowl is the exception that proves the rule.
  • Prospective customers are usually and understandably a bit weary of software vendors’ messages. (Have you ever met a salesperson who didn’t think that everyone needed his or her company’s products and services? Me neither.)

The Solution

Rather than “talk at” prospects, why not inform and educate them?

As a vendor-agnostic technology expert, I often give content-rich 30- and 60-minute webinars (like the one on the right of this page.) I discuss important business developments and trends, not the features of a vendor’s particular wares. My goal is to start important conversations that my clients’ products and services ultimately solve. After a brief introduction, I typically speak for about 75 percent of the allotted time. I conclude by fielding questions from attendees. I’ve hosted webinars with as many as 2,200 attendees. All of my clients own the content (slides, audio/video recording).

Phil knocked it out of the park. Throughout the webinar, he was engaging, confident, knowledgeable, and passionate. I can’t wait to work with him again.

—Steve Bonadio, VP Marketing, InnoCentive

Phil Simon was an exceptional speaker and webinar host. Beyond that, he’s also extremely thorough and works hands-on with his clients. The end result was a fantastic product we were both proud of. He knows his stuff, works hard, and is very responsive when you need to contact him.

—Lindsay Lauck, Webinar Program Manager, Pluralsight

Read First

Before we connect, it's important to determine if we are a good fit. Please read this short page to make sure that we are on the same page before we go too far down the aisle. I’d also recommend checking out my rates.