In this episode of the Time for a Reset podcast, Fiona Davis sits down with Jordan Liebman, VP of Global Demand Generation & Brand Marketing at Blue Jeans by Verizon, for a deep dive into the marketing challenges in the B2B space and how marketers can become growth drivers within an organisation. Jordan articulates the importance of brand marketing and teaching a test-and-learn culture in marketing organisations. Jordan also shares valuable tips for upcoming marketing professionals and shares his vision for the future of B2B marketing over the next five years.
You can also get an excellent overview of the main highlights and discussion points by reading our blog piece of the episode.
Join them as they:
- Discuss the challenge of aligning the long-term benefits of brand marketing with short-term goals
- Explain how to inculcate a test-and-learn culture
- Share advice for marketing leaders of tomorrow
- Discuss how marketing can be a growth engine for companies across industries
Jordan Leibman is the VP of Global Demand Generation & Brand Marketing at Blue Jeans by Verizon. He is a result-driven leader and creative problem-solver known for delivering strong financial results. Jordan is an articulate communicator with a high ability to collaborate and drive advocacy across enterprises, and he is talented at coaching teams to provide consistent strategic, business, and cultural impact. Jordan developed his passion for global brands early in his career. Following leadership roles at Grey and executive positions at Publicis and BBDO, he joined Verizon. He has led disruptive marketing innovation across the B2C and B2B verticals for over eight years.
The full transcript is available here.