Chris Coleman has launched, branded and promoted more than 200 companies in the US and Europe. In 1986 she founded the first technology marketing agency in the Southeastern US, serving hardware, software and professional services firms of every stripe: from two-guys-and-a-dog startups to multinationals like IBM, Panasonic and HP. After selling the agency she joined the turnaround team that transformed a dot-com bomb into the fastest-growing Internet security service in the world.
Atlanta Magazine named Chris one of the ten most influential women in Atlanta for her role in founding the Technology Association of Georgia. She has written two books–The Green Banana Papers: Marketing Secrets for Technology Entrepreneurs and Winning the Technology Talent War—and had hundreds of marketing articles published by the business media.
A lively presenter and facilitator, Chris’s clients include HOW Design Magazine, the Economic Development Council of Northern Ireland, the Harvard Business School Alumni Association, Sales and Marketing Executives International, the Technology Executives Roundtable, and the University of Georgia Board of Regents.See Chris Speak