BOLD, a series of interactive workshops, has chosen Corey Brown as the keynote speaker at their first event on September 19, 2019. Brown is the Director of Web Services at Knucklepuck, a digital marketing agency in Arlington, VA and the founder of No Treble, the online magazine for bass players.

When announcing the selection, KiKi L’Italien, a BOLD founder, said: “We are thrilled to have Corey Brown as the keynote speaker for BOLD! Corey’s unique background as a master web designer, entrepreneur, and founder of the mega-successful community No Treble will help any leader enhance their community in smart and creative ways.”

The first BOLD workshop will take place in Washington, DC on September 19 from 8:30am to 3pm. The workshop will cover core principles, techniques and tactics for building strong and sustainable communities for associations.

You can attend the workshop for 50% off with promo code KNUCKLEPUCK: go to BOLD Workshop, click the green “Tickets” button, and then click “Enter Promotional Code” and enter KNUCKLEPUCK for half price entry (with no fees).

Brown’s keynote will focus on the community building strategies and tactics used to build No Treble to a thriving community of over 250,000 monthly visitors. “Any association could easily replace ‘bass players’ with the label for their members, and that’s going to be the goal of my talk. So much of what I’ve learned over the years working on No Treble has shaped what we do at Knucklepuck – from our code library’s origins to the strategies and tactics that are tied to the websites we build.”

Some of Brown’s successful techniques were outlined in a recent Association Chat podcast:

Other speakers at the September 19 event include:

  1. Rebecca Tiffany, an entrepreneur who is currently serving as a virtual CMO for several technology and consumer products companies
  2. Geoff Livingston, a content marketer, photographer, and author who runs the award-winning photography business, Geoff Livingston Photography and implements visual content marketing programs via Livingston Campaigns
  3. Paul King, the founder of King Productions, a video marketing company focused on brand strategy
  4. Marjorie Anderson, the founder of Community by Association