Rob Petersen

Rob Petersen

Interested in building your brand using social media and proven relationship marketing principles?  Contact:

Rob Petersen

Founding Partner, President

BarnRaisers LLC

5 River Road – Suite 205

Wilton CT 06897

Office: 203.594.1701

Fax: 203.972-5864

Mobile: 203.231-6434

Rob’s Bio

Rob Petersen solves marketing problems through insights that change relationships between consumers and brands.  Through listening to constituents and interpreting data and measurements, his business strategies have helped build major brands, sometimes from scratch.  It has also led to his thought leadership in the emerging channel of social media and online communities.

Rob has been recognized by the American Marketing Association for building billion dollar businesses multiple times.  He has developed game changing consumer relationship platforms that have propelled brands from Abbott, Coca-Cola, Johnson & Johnson, MasterCard and Pfizer to market leadership.

Rob is Founding Partner, President, of BarnRaisers, a marketing solutions company that builds brand communities using social media and the proven principles of relationship marketing.  Prior to founding the company, Rob was EVP/Chief Strategy Officer for Omnicom.  He has also held leadership positions at FCB, Euro RSCG and Saatchi & Saatchi.

Rob is a graduate of Colby College in Waterville, Maine.  He speaks on a regular basis at advertising, marketing and social media functions and holds workshops on brand communities and social marketing.


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