David Litt is a senior-level marketing, sales and advertising executive and Chris Hussey of Ntwrkr Magazine is a strategist and consultant.
David Litt is a senior-level marketing / sales / advertising executive with a 25+ year track record of success – launching new companies, brands, products and programs from concept through execution; growing revenues and profits; re-positioning businesses and earning awards for his unique promotional campaigns. David’s diverse corporate experience includes key leadership roles in Fortune 500 companies, Inc. 5000 companies and start-ups.
David has spent much of his career working with entrepreneurs and helping to launch/build direct sales organizations. He has been a business owner, a successful network marketing Distributor and a senior management team member for several very fast-growing companies.
His background in nutrition and his long association with Purium Health Products owner, Dave Sandoval, brought him to his current role with Purium. David is the sales and marketing strategist behind the re-branding of the company and the introduction of the unique “Gift Card Marketing System” that catapulted Purium into the short-list of “hot” companies in the industry. Purium earned a spot on the Inc. 5000 list in 2013 and 2014 … and based on the sales numbers just submitted, the company is sure to be on this prestigious list again in 2015 … the third year in a row!
David’s unique sales and marketing perspective focuses on three key concepts:
simplicity, consistency and authenticity.
Christopher Hussey is a Network Marketing trainer, strategist and consultant whose career spans 20 years. Born and raised in North Florida, Christopher became a United States Marine at age 17 and spent the next four years serving his country and traveling around the world.
In his fourth year as a U.S. Marine, Christopher was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma and spent the next 12 months battling cancer with chemotherapy. When asked about that time in his life and what he learned from that experience, he said, "Having cancer at an early age taught me two distinct things. 1, that you don't know today what is going to happen tomorrow and, 2, that attitude really is everything. I had a great life on Sunday evening and at noon the next day I learned that I had cancer. Life can change in an instant, but as I went through those changes and that chemotherapy, I stayed focused on the outcome and how amazing life was going to be after. And that is why I am here today."
After overcoming cancer, Christopher attended Belmont University in Nashville, TN with the intent to achieve a Bachelors Degree in Music Business. You see, as a child, Christopher would sing and write the country songs that would eventually lead him to pursue a music career. But, there were other things in store. While Christopher was on a full scholarship, those funds did now pay for life's incidentals and, wouldn't you know it, there he didn't have a lot of savings at this point. <MORE>