The most successful leaders think strategically. They’ve skillfully mastered the art of building wealth, entrepreneurship and paying it forward. They’re powerful, critical-thinkers, with a drive for excellence in their professional and personal lives; and they embrace the importance of empowerment and service. Most importantly, many of these successful leaders are women! Join us as some of today’s most dynamic, innovative and respected leaders share their blueprint for success through effective strategic leadership.
Jacqui Chew believes that innovation is the engine to growth and economic development. As founder of iFusion Marketing, she puts that belief to work by helping high-growth and Internet-enabled businesses build products that customers want to buy.
Chew has spent the last 18 years working with Fortune 500 companies and startups with disruptive technologies and business models. She is an early adopter of social media and has been actively incorporating social elements in marketing plans since 2006. Chew puts her product and brand management skills to work as editorial director of non-profit Venture Atlanta, Georgia’s foremost investor conference connecting innovators with capital and as a startup mentor.
Chew speaks on entrepreneurship, business strategy and digital media and past engagements include TEDActive 2013, Digital Summit 2012, Digital Atlanta 2010 and 2011, Integrating Social Media Conference 2011, SoCon09 – 12, CapVenture 2010 and 2012, StartupChicks and eHub Gwinnett. Fox 5 News Atlanta featured Chew in a “Good Day Atlanta” segment on preventing social media overload.
An avid supporter of the technology and business community, Chew is the co-organizer of the TEDxPeachtree conference, the premier TEDx conference in Georgia and is a founding member of StartupChicks. Previously, she served as chairperson of the Technology Association of Georgia’s Entrepreneurs Society and on the boards of the Atlanta Press Club, the American Marketing Association - Atlanta, Women in Technology, and the New Leaders Council.