Kim Dushinski is the President of Mobile Marketing Profits, a Denver-based marketing training firm that helps people start their own mobile marketing business and educates local businesses how to use mobile marketing to get more customers.
She is the author of The Mobile Marketing Handbook: A Step by Step Guide to Creating Dynamic Mobile Marketing Campaigns, now out in its second edition, and a contributing author of Success Secrets of Social Media Marketing Superstars. Kim was named one of the Mobile Women to Watch 2010 by MobileMarketer.com. She teaches mobile marketing for the University of Virginia’s Online Graduate Certificate in eMarketing.
A strong advocate for smart, effective mobile marketing she leads workshops and speaks about how to profit with mobile. Some of her audiences include the Association of Small Business Development Centers, the Graduate Management Admission Council, Colorado Small Business Development Center, the American Marketing Association, the Houston chapter of the American Advertising Federation, a select group of Colorado State Senators, The System Seminar and the Social Media Success Summit.
She is a co-host of the Mobile Presence radio show on WebdmasterRadio.fm, and has written articles for Advertising & Marketing Review, Brilliant Results and Search Marketing Standard. Her contributions appear regularly in the American Express Restaurant Briefing. She’s been quoted in The Denver Business Journal, The Bottom Line and appeared on numerous radio shows across the country.
Kim, a 1988 graduate of the University of Denver, is a successful entrepreneur with over 20 years of experience in sales and marketing as a Marketing Director at a travel agency, desktop publisher, business marketing consultant, an Internet marketer, and partner in MarketAbility, a book publicity firm.
She lives in Lakewood, Colorado with her husband, daughter and their dog. She enjoys hiking, (has slowly climbed four of Colorado’s 14ers: Mt. Massive, Quandary Peak, Mt. Democrat and Bierstadt), social networking for fun and work and scrapbooking. Kim is an avid reader and a huge Styx fan.
A Note of Gratitude:
When I founded the IMMBN in 2011, a new colleague, Tuli Shivute, was by my side and without him, it is safe to say that the IMMBN would not exist. Thanks, Tuli for all your help in the launch and over the years.