How to Create Dividend-Producing, Long-Term Assets with Inbound Marketing

Husband, father of five, outdoor enthusiast, and inbound marketing specialist; Pete Brand, CEO and Co-founder of MINDSCAPE, is coming to talk about what he knows best – inbound marketing. Is there anything he can’t do?

Join us at our next luncheon on Tuesday, February 9th. Pete’s passion for inbound marketing, matched with his more than 17 years of experience, will have you implementing your next inbound marketing strategy like a pro! He’ll share what’s new in the world of inbound while teaching you the ins and outs of its methodology. You’ll learn how he maximizes productivity within his marketing team and how you can replicate this process at your company.

The luncheon will leave you with some great takeaways that will help you and your team generate more leads and customers from your website – all while tracking and calculating ROI from your inbound marketing campaigns. Come enjoy lunch with us, see old friends, and make some new connections! We can’t wait to see you!

3 Takeaways:

  • Clearly understand the Inbound Marketing methodology
  • How to quickly identify ways to generate more leads and customers from your website
  • Learn how to calculate your ROI from marketing

About Pete Brand


Pete Brand is the CEO and Co-Founder of MINDSCAPE, an Inbound Marketing and Website Development agency in Grand Rapids.  Pete has a passion for Inbound Marketing and sharing what he’s learned over the past 17 years in the industry with other marketing professionals and business owners.  He has run several seminars and workshops, as well as developed curriculum and taught a course on digital marketing in Detroit through Grand Circus, one of the Google Entrepreneur Tech Hubs.  Pete is also a husband and father of 5 children which span in range between 25 and 19 months and is a passionate outdoors enthusiast.

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