Executives After Hours with Dr. James Kelley: Executives #105: Marie Wiese - Another Canadian bites the dust - CEO of Marketing CoPilot

  06/06/2017  03:00 pm PDT

Executives After Hours with Dr. James Kelley: Executives #105: Marie Wiese - Another Canadian bites the dust - CEO of Marketing CoPilotToday on Executives After Hours, Marie Wiese, CEO of Marketing CoPilot and author of "You Can't Be Everywhere." Maire has helped hundreds of companies turn their websites into lead generation and sales machines. Marie works with CEOs and business owners to develop digital marketing tools that are part of the Marketing CoPilot Methodology; she is an Executive in Residence at the Innovation Factory, has contributed to national publications on digital marketing, is an Adjunct Professor of Mentis Academy and a volunteer mentor with Futurpreneur Canada. She shares her knowledge extensively on her blog and in her latest book, You Can’t Be Everywhere. You can also go to, mariewiese.com -------------- Here is Marie's full bio:  It all started with a Jalopy typewriter back in the 1970’s. Marie’s grandmother gave it to her merely as a toy to keep her amused on rainy days. But Marie took it seriously. Very seriously. In fact her first writing exercise involved penning a series of letters to the local Member of Parliament asking for a job as her assistant. She was 12 (Marie, not the MP). After graduating from York University with a degree in English and a certificate in Public Relations from Humber College, Marie became a press secretary to a federal cabinet minister in Ottawa, Canada. Her letter writing campaign had finally paid off. Working in Canada’s financial services industry lead Marie to her first brush with entrepreneurism. It was the dotcom boom of the late 90s and she joined a financial services software company as the VP of Marketing and later Sales. With nothing more than PowerPoint and a compelling story about the vast opportunity to automate the brokerage industry, Marie was part of a team that raised $25M. But the dream of “cashing out” and riding the dotcom boom was not to be. Within twelve months of rolling out the business plan, the dotcom meltdown had begun and the company’s anchor clients on Wall Street, who were needed to prove out the software, were unfortunate victims of 9/11. What happened next was a technology fire s


Dr. James Kelley

Dr. James Kelley

Dr. James comes to Conscious Business Network having accumulated an eclectic set of experiences, which allows him to quickly connect with his guests. He obtained a Ph.D. in ...

Find out more »

A Time of Healing with Felice DiAnna