Author Archives: Hunter & Beyond

About Hunter & Beyond

Glenn W Hunter presents his proven perspectives on business growth. He shares skills and tactics resulting in increasing sales for organizations ranging from start-ups to large corporations. His expertise focuses on storytelling, branding and networking to cultivate relationships that lead to more revenue.

Power Partners, Profiles And People

Super-successful business professionals continuously brag about their networks. “It’s not what you know, it’s who you know” is an oldie but goodie among business people. However, in the trenches of commerce, it is actually less who you know, but who knows you! Regardless … Continue reading

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My Story Speaks For Me

Branding and Client Relationships intersect to maximize new opportunities when the seller connects with the buyer at a personal level. Continue reading

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BYOB – BRING YOUR OWN BLOG/ BRING YOUR OWN BEVERAGE/ BRING YOUR OWN BEST IDEA

BYOB – Bring Your Own Blog/ Bring Your Own Beverage/ Bring Your Own Best Idea WELCOME to our community of bloggers, storytellers, authors & content providers!!! BYOB has come together as a workshop to provide a safe place to bring … Continue reading

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No Coffee Networking

Networking in the New Normal no longer requires a cup of coffee. Some old school, 20th Century business professionals may still drink coffee during Zoom meetings. Even if they prominently display their favorite coffee mug which has guaranteed icebreaking small … Continue reading

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Distant Business Engagement

Distant Business Engagement explains how engagement drives relationships regardless of location, which drives results! Continue reading

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Slaughterhouse Marketing

A slaughterhouse derives value from every piece of meat captured in its facility. Effective business leaders need to follow that model! Continue reading

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Who Has Seen My Rug?

The question screams of some poor guy looking for his toupee. However, a wealthy man, physically identical to the first guy, making the exact same statement, may have a completely different meaning. Now that money has entered the picture, “Who … Continue reading

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Execution Prevails

Business professionals congregate less. Are these professionals deciding to face corporate firing squads in the new normal? Unemployment is running high and bank accounts are getting low. Yet, working professionals tend to choose breathing. Whether the economy is booming or … Continue reading

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Profits In Panels

  Who has close, revenue-generating, business contacts that they have only seen from the waist up? A generation ago, relationships developed over the phone; not just business contacts or referral partners, but genuine relationships. The magic is the human connection! … Continue reading

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My Brand New Old Friend

Old friends are simultaneously common and unique. A buddy from the playground, relationships based on college mischief, young mothers crying together at the kindergarten bus on the first day of school all become old friends! Longevity ultimately strengthens these personal … Continue reading

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