Why I joined See.Spark.Go | Josh Deyton

Over the past 15 years, I’ve had the opportunity to work with some of the most amazing people in the most incredible organizations. Recently, a new chapter started: I’ve officially joined See.Spark.Go as Vice President of Digital Strategy.

I joined See.Spark.Go because I believe in the power of story, the ability of brands to better the lives of their communities and the challenge of creative ways to reach and impact people. I started out my career with the Atlanta Braves creating data-driven solutions and insights to help more people connect to the team. I learned that effective marketing is putting consumer psychology into action and that is best accomplished with data. My background in data analytics and customer relationship management drives all the strategic development I've been able to leverage over the past 15 years.

I believe that a plan without data is a guess, but insights with best practice is a strategy.

Having worked with See.Spark.Go as a client, I know that they are the best in the world at creating meaningful relationships and driving results. I'm blessed to join this team and help expand our capabilities from world class PR and social media content creation to complete, holistic digital strategy. This includes Paid Search and Ads, Systems Architecture, Strategic Analytics and Data Driven solutions.

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My wife Sarah and son Boaz consider it a huge blessing to be part of a team that aligns on character and calling. We love being part of the SSG family and look forward to helping more amazing organizations share and connect their story.

In true SSG fashion, get to know more than my resume by following @SeeSparkGo on Instagram on Thurs., Nov. 9, as I #SSGTakeover and tell you a little bit more about me, my family and my passions.

And if that's not enough, let's grab lunch or coffee. Email me at josh@seesparkgo.com so I can learn how we can serve you and propel your brand forward. I'm looking forward to it!

Grateful,

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