California’s Climate Plan- Best Branding Opportunity for Transition to Cleaner Energy Economy Suppliers

Michael Killen envisions California’s Climate Plan as a ‘Branding Horse’  suppliers including advertisers, electricity, energy, financial services, information technology,  investment services, management consulting, materials, information technology, social media suppliers can ride now, and long into the future.  Competitive advantage, market share, sales, costs, return on investment are all at play here.

It won’t be easy for all suppliers to add the qualities of the California’s Climate Plan’s brand to their brand. Michael Killen has created a service that will help a few suppliers suceed here.

The ‘California’s Climate Plan: Choice Between a Cannon and a Thunderbolt’ will help influencers and decision-makers at events, on the internet and in the press and media deepen and broaden their understanding of the plan. The service is based heavily on Michael’s ability to interpret the plan in imagery and contexts that are meaningful to influencers and decision makers.  It includes the internet, radio, and TV; and a vast achieve of programming that helps to increase reach.

Michael is an artist, syndicated TV Talk, and Radio Host. He has published 400 market research studies and white papers; produced  600 TV /Radio interview-shows. His last book was ‘IBM: The Making of the CommonView.’  Prints of the anchor paintings of the service are in  Gov. Jerry Brown’s Office of Planning and Research. Michael@killen.com.

About Manages a Team That Helps Suppliers Increase Sales & Profits in the Building, Transportation, Electric Grid and Gen. of Electricity U.S. Energy Initiatives' Markets

A polymath with accomplishments in computer science, books(4), sales, sales management, and software development; business, marketing, media-TV interview shows (700); philosophy, and publishing market and industry reports(100).
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