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John Kowalski

Brand & marketing strategist helping organizations & artists discover, integrate & communicate their brand.

Job Branding & Marketing Strategist | Artists & Organizations / PelotonLabs

Lives In Portland

Author of Train to the Moon and thought leader behind Babacita, John helps organizations and artists discover, integrate and influence their brand, and break down barriers to productivity, revenue growth, innovation, and success.

John, a former corporate executive, has had the good fortune to see how sound strategic planning and creative execution can work to drive success in a variety of industries and working with small start-ups, mid-sized and Fortune 500 companies. His passion is to use all of the tools of creative marketing to provide true ROI and value to clients. With a heart-centered approach to work and life, he applies marketing expertise, process, and change disciplines to help organizations and leaders excel by strengthening their brands.

As an author himself and former musician, he realized the need of artists, writers and musicians for branding expertise and guidance from someone that understands both the artistic side of branding and the foundational aspect of why a brand is important. 

A brand reflects the very nature of you and your craft. A brand can become the map that guides your mission and your goals. Your brand, once defined, creates a climate for opportunity and growth.

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