Mark Miller

Chief Strategy Officer, Team One

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  • Languages Spoken

    English

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    California, USA

  • Mark Miller`s Keynote Speaker Fee This reflects Mark Miller`s U.S. Speaking Fee

    Please Inquire

  • Languages Spoken

    English

  • Travels From

    California, USA

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Fifteen Minutes vs Forever: Long-Term Brand Building In A Short-Term World

We live in an increasingly short-term world. A century ago, the average lifespan of a company on the S&P 500 was 67 years. Today, it’s 15 years. Once-iconic names like Blockbuster, Kodak and Toys ‘R’ Us are bankrupt or no longer exist. Adapting and thriving in this ...

We live in an increasingly short-term world. A century ago, the average lifespan of a company on the S&P 500 was 67 years. Today, it’s 15 years. Once-iconic names like Blockbuster, Kodak and Toys ‘R’ Us are bankrupt or no longer exist. Adapting and thriving in this era will take more than lifting our collective gaze from the “unhealthy focus on short-term profits,” as Warren Buffett and Jamie Dimon put it. It will require leaders thinking about building legacies and not just near-term resumes. In this talk, Mark Miller shares the five traits of the modern legacy mindset from his bestselling book, Legacy in the Making: Building a Long- Term Brand to Stand Out in a Short-Term World (McGraw-Hill Education). He focuses on what distinguishes long-term brand builders from their short-lived peers.

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Luxury Has A Future: Giving Luxury Its Luster Back

We’re in a time where the term “luxury” has been coopted by mass marketers to sell commoditized products and services ranging from pet food to toilet paper; a time when luxury has, seemingly, lost its luster. Many in the media and marketers who seek affluent consumers ...

We’re in a time where the term “luxury” has been coopted by mass marketers to sell commoditized products and services ranging from pet food to toilet paper; a time when luxury has, seemingly, lost its luster. Many in the media and marketers who seek affluent consumers are asking if the definition of luxury has changed, and whether luxury even has a future. In this talk, Mark Miller defines the 6 building blocks of luxury that represent the foundations upon which strong luxury brands are built. He discusses what it takes today for luxury brands to not just survive, but thrive for generations.

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The Global Affluent Tribe: The New Wave Of Wealthy

More and more, global marketers, particularly in luxury and premium categories, are faced with the challenge of growing their brand’s footprint with flat or declining budgets. It gets even more challenging with the hypothesis that their brand has to present itself ...

More and more, global marketers, particularly in luxury and premium categories, are faced with the challenge of growing their brand’s footprint with flat or declining budgets. It gets even more challenging with the hypothesis that their brand has to present itself differently in each part of the world to be relevant. In this talk, Mark Miller shares practical insights and applications from his award-winning Global Affluent Tribe research. It uncovers what the world’s new wave of wealthy, the Global Affluent Tribe, have in common: what unites rather than divides them. With these learnings, global marketers can expand their brand footprint within their means, by speaking to shared values across the world.

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About Keynote Speaker Mark Miller

About Speaker Mark Miller…

Mark Miller is the co-author of Legacy in the Making: Building a Long-Term Brand to Stand Out in a Short- Term World (McGraw-Hill Education, 2018). He is the founder of The Legacy Lab, a thought leadership and consulting practice that explores how brands can build modern legacies; and he is also Chief Strategy Officer at Team One, Publicis Groupe’s global luxury and premium brand agency. Having worked for more than 20 years in the communications industry, Mark has become a go-to strategist for global brands seeking enduring relevance.

Mark’s thought leadership has been recognized in North America by many of the most significant honors in marketing and advertising, such as the ARF David Ogilvy Awards for research excellence, the Jay Chiat Awards for strategic excellence, and the Effie Awards for marketing effectiveness. Mark’s consumer insights research on the Global Affluent Tribe was featured in The Internationalist magazine, which also named him a Trendsetter and Agency Innovator.

Recently, Mark and his strategy team at The Legacy Lab published a pioneering study. It reports on the rare breed of leaders and brands writing history every day, the people they inspire to bring the past forward, and the physical or digital products and experiences they create to build lasting legacies in a short-term world. Traditionally, “legacy” refers to the past. This important study examines legacy as a still-vital part of today. The resulting book, Legacy in the Making, has been endorsed by Simon Sinek as “a must-read for anyone who wants their work to last beyond their lifetime.” It was a #1 new release on Amazon, a Washington Post and 800CEOREAD bestseller, and one of eight notable reads announced at the Tribeca Disruptive Innovation Awards during the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival.

Mark is a sought-after presenter, keynote speaker and panelist on global luxury and premium brands, leadership and culture, legacy-making, and his recent book. He has been invited to address global companies, conferences and lecture series ranging from Talks@Google to the upcoming 2019 South by Southwest (SXSW) festival.

Mark’s writing has been featured in Entrepreneur, Inc. magazine, Fast Company and Dow Jones Marketwatch. His ideas have been shared in the Los Angeles Times, Luxury Daily and Arianna Huffington’s Thrive Global. He has appeared as a guest on Adam Carolla’s top-ranked “Take a Knee” podcast and “Knowledge@Wharton” on SiriusXM. His work is included in the curriculum of respected academic institutions including the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University, Loyola Marymount University, and Columbia Business School.

Testimonials

“Beyond his bullet-proof talent for research & strategy, Mark perfectly balances a humble style of public speaking with credibility and humor. He’s quick on his feet in Q&A, and always leaves you thoroughly enlightened and wanting more of his time. Mark is a creative story-teller and skilled at relating to audiences of varied experience and knowledge.”

Jeff Bracken

Former Group Vice President and General Manager, Lexus

“He is one of the most interesting, thought-provoking speakers I have ever heard. His preparation consistently includes not only the customization of his message to the audience, but he also learns about them and tailors his message to bring unexpected insights into their world.”

Brian Smith

Chief Operating Officer, Hyundai Motor America

“Mark Miller’s strategic vision was instrumental in shifting a Global, iconic luxury brand, The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company. His ability to articulate his thought process in the C-Suite was a learning experience to witness. Any audience lucky enough to engage Mark will become a student.”

Bruce J. Himelstein

Current Principal, BJH Group, Former SVP of Sales & Marketing, The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company

“Mark was the ideal kick off speaker for our annual national sales meeting. Legacy in the Making is very relevant to our company’s long-term approach to business and differentiation. Mark was very inspiring and helped our sales and marketing team think of new ways to approach their conversations, proposals and follow through.”

Greg Sullivan

Co-founder, AFAR Media

“As a gifted communicator Miller is able to take the great stories from his book and bring them to life with a live audience. Miller has a gift for making the complicated entertaining and extricating the highlights from dozens of interviews into a clear line of reasoning.”

Matt Smart

Co-Chair of Automotive Committee, ThinkLA.org, VP of Automotive Analytics, EDO.com

Not all speakers inspire. Mark does. Not all speakers cause his or her audience to actually put down their devices and listen. Mark does. Not all speakers show a vast knowledge of their subject with the ability to impart that knowledge to others. Mark does. He does this honestly, intelligently, without arrogance or the slightest hint of condescension. He’s been back many times for one-on-ones with our students and to work with our faculty and our recruiters.”

Helayne Spivak

Former Executive Director, VCU Brandcenter

“Mark Miller recently spoke to about 100 students at the Newhouse School here at Syracuse University. He impressed everyone with his insights and passion. Students gave him a five (out of five) in their evaluations. He was commonly singled out as ‘the best speaker we have had this year.’ The professors at Newhouse share those sentiments”

Brian Sheehan

Professor, SI Newhouse School of Public Communications

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