Ron Kunitzky-Geyser
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Ron Kunitzky is the author of "Partnership Marketing  ‐- How to Grow Your Business and Transform Your Brand through Smart Collaboration” (Wiley 2011) and President of Geyser Marketing Group based in Toronto, Canada.  

He is considered one of the world’s leading experts on Partnership Marketing & Brand Collaboration and advisor to leading companies like Google, Rogers and Trend Micro.
As a speaker, Ron has shared his insights and knowledge with thousands over the years including attendees from Siemens, Fairmont Hotels, Suncor Energy, Aeroplan, CIBC, Air Miles, Harlequin, Export Development Canada, MBNA and the Ontario Lottery & Gaming Commission.  

As a thought leader, he has been featured in publications like The Sponsorship Report, Marketing Magazine, The Marketer (UK), Expert Marketer (EU) and Advantage Magazine and other leading industry websites and blogs.
Ron is a graduate of both Concordia University (1995) and McGill University (2001) and his work in Partnership Marketing continues to transcend borders.  

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Blog Entries by Ron Kunitzky-Geyser

McDonald's and Weight Watchers? Why Your Brand Should Seek Unlikely Parternships

(0) Comments | Posted August 30, 2012 | 12:00 AM

Are you looking to re-position your brand and products/services to a distinct audience? Are you traditionally selling to consumers and now want to sell to businesses? Maybe you've been great at selling to the large enterprise sector but now want to target small business owners. Or, perhaps you want to...

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One Gadget To Replace Them All

(0) Comments | Posted May 30, 2012 | 8:26 AM

Do you have an iPhone? I do. And guess what? The more I use it, the more I have less use for many of the other things I own.

I have less use for my digital camera, my video camera, my portable DVD player, my MP3 player, my digital...

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The Power of Brand Collaboration

(1) Comments | Posted April 16, 2012 | 2:01 PM

Marketing Rule #1: Make it easy for your customers to engage and transact with you. Trust me when I say that if you follow this rule that you will generate more revenue, profit and repeat transactions for your business. The same thinking applies when it comes to your co-marketing and...

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