Who Am I

Tim Welsh | Twel5 | BoxerI am a Midwestern Native with a passion for branding and all things digital. I’m proud to be a Missouri State University alumni. After college, I took a break from the Midwest and went out to Phoenix to work on the Solutions Architecture team with Defero, an up-and-coming interactive agency in the Southwest. Since then, I’ve worked with some great companies and agencies including: Century Martial Arts, PlattForm Advertising, MMGY GlobalOPUBCO Communications Group, and Standing Dog Interactive.

I’ve been lucky to work with some pretty awesome brands and companies. As far as clients go, the list includes: Right Guard, Purex, StraighterLine, Trump Hotel Collection, and The Outer Banks of North Carolina. (I like to change up my verticals.)

I’ve also been lucky enough to work with brands such as Klout as a digital influence resource and to be involved with different conferences as a writer and presenter. Some of those include SMX East, ADMerica! 2013, SMX Social Media Marketing and Confluence Conference. Once, I even stumbled my way onto Forbes.

I love advertising and looking at how we are all approaching the same challenges in such different ways. I’ve always been particularly fascinated by how challenger brands take on the big guys as it usually involves the most innovative ideas. On here, I share some of my insights and opinions.

I hope that you’ll take the time to connect with me. I love to have conversations about the current state and future of our industry with like-minded folks.

Have a great day and thanks for reading my little novella.


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