Driving Social Change From Within with Jeremy Burton, CMO of EMC

Posted on February 22nd 2014

Driving Social Change From Within with Jeremy Burton, CMO of EMC
 

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In this episode of Substance, Bryan Kramer speaks with Jeremy Burton, Chief Marketing Officer of EMC. Jeremy shares in this intimate 20-minute interview how his own family and early days as an engineer at Oracle have set him up for success in leading marketing for the $20 Billion company. He also shares his distinct views on the rise of social business, and gives examples about how it both helps and hinders quick adoption of social within such a large organization – as well as give bittersweet opportunities to fail. In Jeremy’s words, “Although brands strive for perfection, it’s sometimes the imperfect moments that showcases their human side on social media.”  Join us by clicking the video below.

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Bryan Kramer

Bryan Kramer

CEO, PureMatter

Bryan is a Social Business Strategist and CEO of PureMatter where he’s led his agency to consistent growth over the last 10 years earning a spot as one of Silicon Valley’s fastest growing private companies by the Silicon Valley Business Journal.

Bryan was recently listed globally as the 43rd most talked about marketer by senior marketers in a report study via LeadTail. Bryan was also  listed as #26 by Kred as a Global Top CEO Influencer on Social Media (full list) and as one of The Top 50 Social CEOs on Twitter in the world by the Huffington Post. (full list).

Being a veracious consumer of knowledge, understanding social media and how it works both as a communication channel and shaper of popular culture has his full attention. Bryan has quickly become one of the country’s leading authorities on social strategy, earning a combined reach in his media outlets of over 100k+. In true social style, he loves to talk about it anywhere he can. 

 

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