Jim Helps Organizations Turn Their Everyday Business Messaging into a Consistent Business Advantage
Jim Karrh, Ph.D. guides business professionals, teams, and entire organizations to stand out through better messaging — which in turn produces better customer relationships, stronger brands, and more growth opportunities.
Whether his clients need guidance in the form of speaking, consulting, or coaching, Jim can offer a perspective rooted in his world-class experience and training. As a consultant and coach, Jim has served clients on three continents including associations, small businesses, high-growth tech firms, North America’s largest martial-arts organization, and a dozen members of the Fortune 500. As a corporate marketing leader he helped America’s oldest continuously produced brand of bottled water to grow again – building an integrated marketing and public relations program judged best in the global bottled-water industry by the International Bottled Water Association (IBWA). Jim knows you don’t have to be the biggest in order to be the best.
He is a popular speaker at events including The CMO Summit, Packaging That Sells, UB Tech, the Professional Convention Management Association, the Jim Beam Global Economic Summit, Euronet USA, and the Arkansas Executive Summit.
A Teacher At Heart, Sharing Knowledge For a Lifetime
Jim has served on the faculty of three universities. His research has been published in top peer-reviewed journals such as the Journal of Advertising Research, Jourrnal of Advertising, Journal of Applied Social Psychology, and the Journal of Marketing for Higher Education. Jim’s insights and advice have extended from the classroom to the board room.
Jim is a regular contributor to the American Marketing Association Executive Circle blog, is an award-winning columnist for Arkansas Business, and is a guest contributor to publications ranging from the Orlando Sentinel and Memphis Business Journal to industry-specific publications such as Bottled Water Reporter.
How to Get Started
It Is a Simple Three-Step Process
- You call (or schedule one)
- We talk and assess
- We create a plan