Joined 6 years ago from Montreal
I’m Frank, I thought long and had before writing this profile. Then, I receive an endorsement letter from Jerry Languirand, EX Senior Vice president of "American National Trading Corp" ,and founder of the ending cancer movement. I decide to post it in this section because it's kinda cool and hopefully it describes me well.
To all concerned,
If you ever have the opportunity to meet with Francois Racette, remember the day and mark it well in your personal journal or on your calendar. Odds are if you don't, you will regret it.
Frank is one of those "Once in a lifetime" individuals who will mesmerize you by his brilliance and intellectual prowess. You might as well think he has the life experience of a sixty something... then you realize, how rare it is to find that level of competence, know-how and sheer talent, in a man only thirty something.
If you are looking for someone who can concoct a different approach, an innovator who isn't afraid of bold creativity and someone who literally puts the "Vision" in the word "Visionary", well stop looking, you found him.
Having worked with Frank on multiple projects, I have always been astonished at his intuitive and logical grasp of "The next big thing" and of how he can see things come, before they actually get here. His understanding of market trends is uncanny.
If all of this wasn't enough, you will also find Frank to be one the most wonderful human beings on Earth. Always kind and considerate, never impolite, one never tires to be in his company. His gregarious and jovial personality make him a joy to work with and also to just simply enjoy good times in great company.
I highly recommend him for any project or endeavor that requires imagination, creativity, boldness and daring.
Jerry M. Languirand
As I hope, you understand by now I don'l necessary like the term marketing consultant because I’m actually much more. In a few words, I'm passionate imaginative with a “thing” for marketing and advertising. My website Frank Racette consulting is designed for viewers who want to know more about topics like
mobile marketing, retail marketing and obviously advertising.I explore subject such as the future of grocery and how coupons actually “reduce” the potential saving to consumers. We also look at how QR and bluetooth technology can be used to monitor real time activities of customers in retail environments. Overall, I think we do a pretty good job at communicating real practical information to our viewers. Finally, one of my BIG focus and passion is guerrilla marketing . I actually host some Guerrilla marketing webinars and strongly encourage anyone to join them. They are good for marketers as well as anyone who wants to understand how to get their point across. Why?Because I look at guerrilla marketing in a different way. I look at it in a scientific way where the goal is to get broca's area of the brain, which is basically the 800-pound gorilla guarding your brain and deciding what gets remembered and what gets ignored.
I hope to talk with you soon.
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