Jim Ewel began blogging about Agile Marketing in 2010 and is one of the leading bloggers on the topic (www.agilemarketing.net). He also was the co-organizer of the first gathering of Agile Marketers, called SprintZero, in June of 2012, and is one of the authors of the Agile Marketing Manifesto. He is frequently asked to speak on the topic of Agile Marketing at industry conferences, and he has helped companies as diverse as T-Mobile, Salesforce, Best Buy Canada, SpaceSaver, Great Dane Trailers, Northern Alberta Institute of Technology, and Zenprise learn about and adopt Agile Marketing.
Jim is also an accomplished CEO and marketing executive. He spent 12 years at Microsoft, where he was VP of Server Marketing, working on products such as Windows NT Server, Microsoft SQL Server, and Windows 2000. He has also run emerging and very high-growth mid-market companies such as InDemand Interpreting, Adometry (sold to Google), and GoAhead Software (sold to Oracle).
His industry experience spans Health care, Banking, Insurance, Pharmaceutical, Telecom, Defense, Digital Advertising, Enterprise Software, Middleware, Operating Systems, Database, Systems Management, Business Intelligence, Web Analytics, and Mobile Applications.
Ewel completed his B.A., with honors, at Furman University, and continued to graduate work at The University of Pennsylvania. He has also been an Adjunct Professor at The University of Washington. He resides in a suburb of Seattle with his wife, and is the parent of five children. He enjoys travel, photography and cooking.
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Hi Jim – I head up web, social, and creative services for K12. The reason I am writing is that a few months back we implemented our agile marketing process, which has been successful, but we really want to advance it further. We want to bring in an agile coach to assist us in the process. I wanted to see if you had any suggestions. We are in Herndon, VA. We actually just implemented Adometry so it was interesting to see your role there.
Hi Jim,I am Farshad from Iran,I am as a beginner in Agile Marketing and I am studying in Master of Business Administration for the last semester,I am working for Iran Khodro company which produce automobiles in Iran and it is one of the biggest vehicle manufacturer companies in middle east. I am working on my proposal which is ” modeling and setting up Agile Marketing in Vehicle manufacture Industries”. I would be glade if you help me in this way and send me some articles related to that.
Maybe one day I would be your student in Washington university.
thank you in advance for your kindness and I am waiting for your prompt reply
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