- Published author
- Marketing expert
Barnaby Wynter Disruptive Marketer, Keynote Speaker, Paleontologist, Founder of The Brand Bucket Company, Author, Serial Entrepreneur, Marketing and Rebrand Expert.
A sought after face of experience for the last 29 years through his unique marketing engagement methodology, The Brand Bucket®, with over 450 brand launches to his name.
He is approachable, humorous, super-dedicated and highly professional. He has worked in marketing all of his working life with Fiat and Ford, Radion, Toshiba, Boots Opticians, Deutsche Post, Argos, Marie Curie Cancer Care and more as some of his paying prospects.
His dynamic Keynote is both provoking and disrupting in equal measure. Barnaby finds himself in a rather unique position acting as marketing director, brand owner and creative consultant on a wide range of business propositions.
‘Barnaby Wynter is informative, challenging, entertaining, smart, and tuned into an audience like you wouldn’t believe.’ – Limelight Publicity
1. Where do you like to go to switch off?
My garden, fossil hunting, anywhere with snow and for my sins… Stamford Bridge.
2. What is your favourite role when working with a business?
Helping the business owner understand how the numbers work and aligning these with their systems and processes to create differentiated experiences.
3. Who is your ‘go to’ for an inspirational read?
Seth Godin, Michael Gerber, Tom Peters and my guilty pleasure: Scott Adams
4. Why do you speak?
I was gifted a stunning engagement model for business in 2001 on the basis that I was to continue to spreading the word among the business community. As the role of marketing has fundamentally changed over the last decade the application of The Brand Bucket way of thinking has impacted on all areas of literally thousands of organisations creating many stories worth telling. A big part of my work now: To relate those stories to help audiences meet the many challenges they face in business.
5. When do you know it’s holiday time?
When the roads are clearer. No seriously when I’m told by the family. I love what I do so much that I’d make that big mistake and not recharge the batteries if it was not for them.