Dr. Todd Dewett to keynote BrandStorm 2020

Dr. Todd Dewett, considered one of the world’s most watched leadership personalities and authenticity experts, will deliver the opening keynote during BrandStorm™ 2020, on Tuesday, February 11 in Austin, TX. Todd will share his research and business experience that helped him realize that too many people, teams, and companies, lacked one key ingredient: authenticity.

“Authenticity is paramount to effective brand marketing,” said Mary Coppola, Vice President of Marketing & Communications, United Fresh. “We’re excited for Dr. Dewett to inspire the produce marketing community at BrandStorm, where attendees will learn to leverage the power of authenticity in their own day-to-day business and personal interactions.”

After beginning his career with Andersen Consulting and Ernst & Young, Todd completed his PhD in Organizational Behavior at Texas A&M University and enjoyed a career as an award-winning professor and scholar. He has most recently addressed brand clients such as, Microsoft, ExxonMobil, Pepsi, Boeing, General Electric and Caterpillar.

United Fresh’s fifth annual BrandStorm, February 10-12, 2020, will take place in Austin, TX. Held at the University of Texas at Austin’s AT&T Hotel and Conference Center. United Fresh members can attend BrandStorm for $695 with discounts offered to marketing teams (from the same company) at the reduced rate of $645 each when you register two or more colleagues. Non-members can attend for $895. United Fresh 2020 Conference & Expo exhibiting companies can also send a first-time BrandStorm attendee for free as part of the 2020 Exhibitor Value Package.

For more information:
Mary Coppola
United Fresh Produce Association
Ph: +1 (202) 303-3425
mcoppola@unitedfresh.org
www.unitedfresh.org


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