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What Big Brands Know


  • Four steps to attracting your ideal customers
  • Strategies for navigating disruptive change
  • How to create passionate, vocal fans
  • Learn to leverage the power of your “because”
  • How to be different when you seem the same
  • Ignite more word-of-mouth referrals

Download What Big Brands Know Program Description



  • Years of experience as an executive for billion dollar brands
    – I draw from years of executive experience working for the big guys. Put that experience to work for you or your organization.
  • Easy and fun to work with
    – I’m the most “non-corporate” corporate executive you’ll meet. I stay focused on the things that matter and am committed to providing extraordinary value in an enjoyable way.
  • Rave reviews from seminar participants
    – 99% of participants have ranked my presentation “Excellent” or “Very Good.” No small feat for time-starved independent business owners. Take a look at the testimonials to see what people are saying.


  • It was a pleasure sitting in on your presentation at ISPA last week. Best professional development I’ve participated in a long time!

    Ginger McLean
    Spa Director, Walt Disney World Resorts
  • Gerry brought a whole new dimension on how to differentiate our brand from other brands. We now have a road map on how to position our brand based on the knowledge gained. An extremely beneficial presentation for novices in how to separate yourself from the pack.

    Fred Dorr
    General Manager, Asset Recovery of Colorado
  • Gerry did a great job connecting to the audience of experienced brokers. He was able to use a workshop setting to probe into why a business is unique, and help them determine their ‘Because’ statement which is critical to making productive business relationships. Nice job!

    Randy Buss
    Business Director, NAI Commercial Real Estate
  • Gerry’s presentation was smart, funny and engaging – but more importantly it left me with a single question – one word actually – that has been on my mind since the presentation. I don’t think I’ll ever look at another marketing plan without that word in the back of my mind. But I’m not telling you what the word is, because you need to go see him for yourself.

    Adam Nathan
    Founder and CEO, Brainbox Consulting
  • The buzz was just electrifying! You were a huge hit and can’t think you enough for your invaluable contribution to what proved to be a very successful event.   Thank you so much for helping to kick our event off with a bang and helping set the right tone with our very senior marketing, branding, design and C-suite audience.

    Linda Casey
    Editor-in-Chief, Package Design Magazine
  •  I’ve never seen a keynote speaker participate so actively, graciously, and generously in a conference.  Most disappear after their presentation. Our audience so loved having that access to you after your presentation and really helped to contribute to the overall feeling of community that we believe sets our event apart from others in our space. You are a rock star, sir! 

    Gerri Brownstein
    Publisher, ST Media Group
  • Gerry is an outstanding and engaging speaker with a very important message for anyone needing to sell more stuff. If you can get to one of his presentations, do it!

    Richard Smith
    CEO, TradeSmith
  • Clean, clear, enlightening. The best presentation I’ve seen.

    Eric Sallee
    President - Progress Street Builders
  • If I had to pick one word to describe Gerry O’Brion as our keynote speaker it would be ‘EXCELLENT’! He listened closely to what we wanted to accomplish and delivered the perfect message to our group.

    Cam Inglis
    President - Marble Slab Canada
  • Insightful, fast-paced, something any business owner would benefit from.

    Mike Slenski
    VP - Three Daughters Media
  • I accomplished more in 3 days with Gerry’s process than I did in the previous 3 months.

    Dave Westlake
    President - Print Command

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