Experience is The best teacher.

I got my start over twenty years ago, transitioning my creative talent into the emerging industry of the Internet. I was blessed early on with mentors who forever changed my understanding of how design and marketing are intrinsically linked and who ignited my passion for developing ideas and businesses. My time in the trenches, working my way up the ladder is why I'm vocal in my belief that there is no substitute for experience. School is theory; it will never replace the real-world competition needed for success in both life and business.

"School is theory; it will never replace real-world competition."

Over the past two decades, I've worked with more than twenty-five companies in over nine industries, architecting marketing strategies and product launches, branding and messaging, pivot strategies, and multiple funding rounds.


Today, I co-chair two nonprofits, mentor startups in the agriculture and engineering space, and redefine patient engagement at Smart Clinic.

Giving Back

I'm a firm believer in giving back and building up the next generation - without that very gift from my mentors; I wouldn't be where I am today. I strive to provide entrepreneurs, established businesses, and nonprofits with as much value as possible by freely answering questions about marketing, branding, social media, funding, and entrepreneurship. So, go ahead, #AMA or reach out to me on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.

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"Marc is a member of a unique group of individuals - he is one of those with ridiculous graphic arts skills coupled with a strong sense of business. You can talk to him about business purpose without worry of offending his artistic integrity. While I've worked with hundreds of graphic arts professionals in the past - I only know of two that can be placed in the above described group!"

John-Scott Dixon, Aidan-Taylor Marketing
Feb 17, 2017 - 3 Min Read
The top grossing Dutch Bros. in America is 3 miles from my house. At any given time each of the two lines leading into the small coffee shop will be ten cars deep. On the weekend, there can be as many as 15-20 cars in each line.