Clay is a Chief Outsiders Managing Partner based in Houston. From bringing new ideas to the table, to searching for experts who have a similar problem-solving experience, he applies his unique insights and broad experience to discover the best way to grow a company. As Managing Partner, he also assists and mentors clients who require coaching and advice and ensures that marketing programs and strategies achieve measurable results.
They say that entrepreneurs are made, not born, but Clay Spitz may very well be an exception - entrepreneurship is practically in his DNA. In today's podcast, we talk about Clay's transition from being the Operations guy to the Marketing specialist he is today. We talk about how the marketing game has changed because of the pandemic, and how important it is for businesses to really care about what their customers need and how to stay authentic when communicating with your customers.
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