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Help non-profits and business build powerful partnerships to increase revenue

Contact: Ann Ranson
Mailing Address: 2372 Claridge Cir, Plano, Texas, United States of America 75075
Phone:972.964.5495
FAX:972.596.4736
E-mail:ann@annranson.com
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"Great job this morning. I was really impressed not only with your flawless delivery, but also the way you've been able to weave in references to National City's commitment, culture and our WBA program. I feel like we've made some great headway." Beth Marcello VP & Managing Supervisor Women's Business Development Program National City
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Fields of Interest:

Strategic Planning, Strategic Alliances, Marketing and Communication, Environmental Concerns/Awareness

Most Requested Topics/Programs:

  • Competition-Proof Marketing Partnerships
  • Creating Communities through Strategic Alliances
  • Build Your Bottom Lines with Social Responsibility

Recent Engagements:

  • American Marketing Association/DFW
  • Center for Non Profit Management
  • Vistage
Speaker 's Fees:$2501 to $5000
Length of presentation:30 minutes to half-day
Travels From:Dallas
Travel Limits:none
Target Audience:Small Business Owners
Target Audience - Other:Entrepreneurs, Marketing Officers, Non Profits, Small-Medium Business Executives,
AV Requirements:Wireless lav microphone, laptop projector
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Biography:

Meet Ann Ranson, an executive coach, speaker and marketer who helps Non-Profits and For Profits create strategic, VITAL and powerful partnerships to positively impact revenue. Her keen eye for social dynamics and their impact on the market drives her innovative solutions.

With a career spanning 30+ years in the rough-and-tumble media world, Ann learned the art of the alliance. Her real world perspective comes from executing high-stakes marketing campaigns, to quickly learn what does and does not work. Her keen eye for social dynamics and their impact on the market drives her innovative solutions.

Throughout her career, Ann witnessed the pitfalls that ambush the most promising business initiatives, and she learned their secrets for success. A few highlights:

 Building a sales operation from the ground up – The Dallas Cowboys Radio Network
 Developing millions in new business sales revenue in the maturing radio industry
 Creating 6-7 figure marketing deals with Fortune 500 and 1000 companies

Selling to Women Certification - in 2002, Ann expanded her horizons by affiliating with Maddox Smye, a consulting firm that specializes in selling to women. In 2007, Ann became the first Certified Selling to Women Performance Coach and Facilitator, giving testimony to her expertise and success in helping companies build trust – the key ingredient when selling to women.

Fortune 500 Companies - Ann has worked with hundreds of companies, large and small, to develop strategies and campaigns that support all 3 bottom lines (Bottom Lineł) PEOPLE, PLANET and PROFITS. Her client list includes such familiar names as:
• Honda Cars
• Budweiser
• Mapping Your Future
• Farmers Insurance • Lincoln-Mercury
• DHL
• Pontiac
• Miss Saigon • BEST Foundation
• Alka Seltzer & The Leukemia Society
• Dallas Cowboys • Center for Non-Profit Management
• General Motors
• Albertson’s


Numerous Awards - Ann has received numerous awards in business including a nomination for an Award of Excellence from American Women in Radio and Television. She belongs to the International Coach Federation, The American Marketing Association and serves on the Board of Women of Visionary Influence and the National Speakers Association/North Texas. Over the past 2 years, Ann has been a featured guest on several online and traditional radio stations discussing Social Responsibility and her book, “Intentions at Work: 83 Spiritual Tools to Succeed in Business” available at www.intentionsatwork.com.

Ann’s victories in the marketplace taught her that a community with a cause wins over standard advertising every time. Upon reflecting on her experiences there, Ann made a surprising discovery – marketing is no longer a series of transactions – it is a social construct. Today, she helps organizations leverage their social responsibility strategies to build high-trust relationships with their stakeholders.

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