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Terence Channon

Managing Director at NewLead LLC

Miami, United States

680 Followers

Specializes in the development, execution and management of high growth enterprises and internal programs. Successes include:
Led web site services business from $0 to $1MM+ of annual revenue + shareholder cash-on-cash returns of 4x-6x (2000-2004) Employee #5, executive leader and divisional P&L responsibility for marketing services firm that grew from $300k to $75MM of annual revenue (2004-2014)

Available For: Authoring, Consulting, Speaking
Travels From: Miami, Florida
Speaking Topics: Global Team Development & Management, Digital Transformation for SMBs, Customer-First Mindset

Terence ChannonPoints
Academic0
Author15
Influencer7
Speaker0
Entrepreneur0
Total22

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Company Information

Company Type: Service Provider
Business Unit: Technology, Digital Transformation, Global Team Leadership
Theatre: North America, LATAM, Africa
Media Experience: 20 Years

Areas of Expertise

Culture 30.39
Entrepreneurship 32.01
Management 30.67
Marketing 31.25
Startups 31.51
Retail 30.68
Customer Experience 30.34
HR 30.30
Sales 30.26

Industry Experience

Consumer Products
Financial Services & Banking
Healthcare
High Tech & Electronics
Hospitality
Industrial Machinery & Compone
Media
Other
Professional Services
Retail
Telecommunications
Utilities
Wholesale Distribution

Publications

15 Article/Blogs
Let’s get rid of ATS software for human resources — or if we are not going to do so, we should…
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June 12, 2019
The other day I was watching a friend type invisible words into a document. He was madly typing away and nothing was coming up on the…Continue reading on Medium »

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Tags: HR

References? Already? You Shouldn’t Have…
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May 30, 2019
For the past 3 years, I have had a wide range of experiences talking to recruiters about helping me locate a new career position. Thus far, the recruiters have not done me any good — and well, I suppose I have not done them any favors either. After all, recruiters only get compensated when a ...

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Tags: HR

How About HR Sends a Thank You Note?
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April 08, 2019
“It sets them the connection, both ways!” Today, I came across “I’ve been hiring people for 10 years, and I still swear by a simple rule: If someone doesn’t send a thank-you email, don’t hire them”. If someone provides you the courtesy of their time, a thank you is in order. However, I..

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Tags: HR

Want Better Digital Marketing Campaign Results? Talk To — Not at Your Customers
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August 08, 2018
How does a 70% summer sale sound to you? Well, sounds pretty good — unless I told you it was for something that you didn’t like and that I am going to call you on the phone (which you hate) to tell you all about it. However, say it was an offer for a full priced item you really like and it ...

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Tags: Customer Experience, Marketing, Sales

A Few Things VCs and Investors Want You to Know, But Won’t Tell You
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August 08, 2018
They Want Open Lines of Communication Investors may come across as busy and put on the show they want less correspondence, but that is simply not true. In fact, most investors expect periodic updates and leveraging their expertise and counsel as your business grows. If you are an entrepreneur and not ...

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Tags: Startups, Entrepreneurship

Easy and Free SEO* Tips Anyone Can Do
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July 08, 2018
*SEO — Search Engine Optimization Many business owners recognize the importance of having a web site — and are familiar with using Google to search for something. However, when faced with driving new leads and getting ranked high on Google, these same owners can go cross-eyed. If this is ...

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Tags: Startups, Marketing

A Few Harsh Truths About Business Ownership Everyone Forgot to Tell You — And How to Address These…
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July 08, 2018
A Few Harsh Truths About Business Ownership Everyone Forgot to Tell You — And How to Address These Challenges Excited about your new venture? Excellent — I am too! I trust these are helpful caveats. Already knee-deep into business ownership world and wishing someone told you a few more of ...

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Tags: Startups, Entrepreneurship

Neglected Elements of the Customer Journey
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May 26, 2018
“People have been grappling with a definition of customer experience for several years. Sometimes it’s defined as digital experiences and interactions, such as on a website or a smartphone. In other cases, customer experience is focused on retail or customer service, or the speed at which proble

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Tags: Customer Experience, Retail

What Do You Mean You Didn’t Get Our Emails?
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April 29, 2018
Whether your organization has 100 email subscribers or over 1,000,000, the end goal is the same — everyone wants to be sure important messages and announcements sent out via email reach the intended recipients. Stop BCCing For very small businesses, the BCC seems like your best friend. You can ...

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Tags: Marketing

E-Mail Marketing & Shopping In-Store. 2 Things That Are Awful and How I Would Fix Them
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July 31, 2017
EMail Marketers & Retailers Can Make Customers Smile AgainThe next time you go out with your friends, ask them what they think about email advertising and going to the mall to shop in store. I bet you will get a ton of “wow, those are just terrible” and for the most reserved types, maybe a

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Tags: Marketing, Retail

Speed – The Entrepreneur’s Unlikely and Worst Enemy
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February 23, 2016
When we think start-up companies, we think speed, rapid change, move fast, fail fast and pretty much any other word synonymous with speed. Many businesses have emerged in recent years calling themselves “accelerators” and offer short bursts of basic training length programs to get to market.

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Tags: Management, Marketing

Accountability to Investors & Your Responsibility as a Founder - What The Media Doesn’t Tell You About Raising Early Stage Capital
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February 05, 2016
A quick search of the news making the headlines about start-ups, entrepreneurs, and early-stage companies is full of excitement. Awards, groundbreaking technology, interviews making the entrepreneur be a superhero (very glamorous), acquisitions, free Super Bowl ads and raising capital to dominate the search results. Exciting stories of raising capital and taking on world’s problems fail to address a very important reality. Being a founder or CEO of a start-up that is taking on investors means your day is about to change – and not because hiring can expand or development can start. But because there is now accountability to deliver results and listen to the new boss(es), the shareholders and board of directors.

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Tags: Management, Culture, Entrepreneurship

Where to Find Your Start-Up’s Next Team Member
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January 06, 2016
As a start-up grows, finding the right team members is a crucial part of success. Find the right team, success is that much closer. Hire people that do not fit the entrepreneurial and start-up culture, it is likely the organization will fail or even worse, be in start-up purgatory (e.g., just getting by without growth or any returns to shareholders). It is tough enough finding qualified and skilled candidates for established companies – it is even more challenging in an early stage company.

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Tags: Startups, Management, Culture

When $251 Million of Returns to Shareholders is Not That Awesome
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December 19, 2015
“What’s strategic about being a semi-commodity motorcycle manufacturer? It’s actually probably not that awesome a business.” — Adam Gross

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Tags: Startups, Management, Entrepreneurship

Are Early Stage Venture Funds Missing the Mark?
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December 16, 2015
Recently, the University of California announced it has created a $250 million venture fund to invest in start-ups emerging from the university system's students, professors and alumni. The fund has tapped Sacramento Kings' owner and TIBCO founder, Vivek Ranadivé, to lead the fund. It's great to see a wider audience embrace the need to find innovation in the rich waters of college campuses. The fund is being put together without using tuition or government dollars in any form.

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Tags: Startups, Culture, Entrepreneurship

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