John Seckel is a serial entrepreneur who specializes in digital marketing. A product of his mentorships, he’s passing the torch to other young professionals as a mentor and advisor.
Marketing & Entrepreneurship – Exclusive Marketing Agency
In 2017, John Seckel joined forces with Exclusive Marketing Agency, LLC. As President, he brings a unique perspective to EMA. A career-long entrepreneur, Seckel has always favored innovative approaches. At Exclusive Marketing Agency, LLC, he excels in developing and implementing industry-crossing solutions for his clients. Assisting others in unlocking their potential is both a professional and personal passion of his.
Prior to joining the Exclusive Marketing Agency, LLC team, John Seckel represented Lean Soul, LLC and Cheap Social Media as President. Both of these experiences assisted him in establishing expertise in digital marketing and branding. Today, Seckel is considered to be an industry expert in branding for small businesses. The diversely experienced marketing expert also excels in launching and operating successful social media campaigns.
Look out for his upcoming blog series on 2020 marketing trends for nonprofits. Catering to their clients, John Seckel’s Exclusive Marketing Agency is quickly becoming known for their unique tactics. By working directly with small and medium size businesses, EMA ensures that business owners are able to bring their marketing campaign visions to life. Within 48 hours, Seckel and his team get right down to business and continue to work in partnership with their clients.
Early on in his career, John Seckel benefitted from the guidance of mentoring. He credits his mentors with assisting him in the earliest stages of his entrepreneurial career. Now, he’s looking to give back to the community by advocating for mentorship programs. In particular, he is a strong supporter of the concept of near peer mentoring. As President of Exclusive Marketing Agency, LLC, Seckel enjoys implementing a unique interpretation of near peer mentoring for professionals. In his experience, there is great value in pairing new employees with experienced employees. These mentorships often add value to the team overall. In the future, Seckel looks forward to sharing a layout of his near peer mentoring approach. He strongly believes that this approach can and will help small businesses and startups across industries.
Hoping to pass the entrepreneurial torch onto young professionals, John Seckel also plans to engage in more traditional mentorship experiences. He is particularly interested in connecting with Mass Mentoring. Based in Boston, Mass Mentoring facilitates mentorships between local youths and professionals. The mission is to align at-risk youths on a positive path to adulthood.
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