I launched my first company in 1976. EMS Music manufactured a tape player that worked 24/7/365 in commercial environments, and we leased tapes of “foreground music” to restaurants and retailers throughout the US and Canada. We were one of three companies in the “industry” — all based in Seattle.
I sold my shares and moved to SoCal in ’81 with my “street degree” in business, joined a friend’s ad agency, and helped grow it from 2 to 35 employees in five years. Next, I transitioned to my own virtual agency in ’86 — just me and a list of SoCal’s best freelance creatives.
My clients ranged from start-ups to a handful of very large corporations, but most were midsize companies — manufacturers, distributors, inventors, service providers. They all had a common problem — get their product in front of people who needed it and convince them it was the right solution for their most immediate problem.
Ken is available to meet in coffee shops on Bainbridge Island, in Bremerton and Port Orchard. To book an appointment…
Click here to visit Ken’s page on youcanbook.me