Branding Panel

Branding is one of the most important aspects of your business. It is how your customers see your products.  Finding and keeping to your brand takes time and hard work.  Our industry experts will share their experiences and expertise.

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David Paleschuck 

Seasoned brand strategist experienced in consumer brand development and marketing management.  David is currently the Executive Brand Strategist at Forevergreen Herbal and has previously worked at companies including American Express, MasterCard, Pepsi & Microsoft.

David specializes in brand development, partnership marketing, brand management, brand licensing, marketing communications and content development.

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Ken Epstein - Moderator

Ken is a brand builder and growth hacker who uses his deep experience in advertising, branding, social media and public relations to develop creative strategies and executions that grow revenue for his clients at WYD, where he is a managing partner. Ken has built a career connecting brands with powerful ideas. His work for Levi’s was named one of the 50 Best Commercials of all time. His Super Bowl spot for the video game Dante’s Inferno is the third most watched TV commercial of all time. Ken is a member of the Board of Directors of the Access Institute in San Francisco.

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Tim Moxey

Tim is a passionate brand driven entrepreneur and founder and CEO of Botanica Seattle.

He is an experienced CEO and founder with a demonstrated history of creating companies and brands in theconsumer goods industry. Strong entrepreneur with skills in Strategy, Business Planning, Sales, andStart-ups.

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Jody Hall

Jody is the founder & CEO The Goodship- makers of damn fine edibles.  She's been setting up shop not where the customers are but where the customers will be. She was marketing manager at Starbucks in the early 1990s, when most Americans couldn't pronounce "latte" and the chain had 30 stores. Then she created Cupcake Royale in 2003, before people could imagine spending $4 on a small cake.