Director of Digital & Social Strategy at Fallon, music snob, early adopter, father of 3
gregoryswan (at)

A thought leader on the ever-changing marketing landscape and how technology is impacting traditional strategy and execution, Greg uses his expertise, passion and experience to create game-changing marketing programs for some of the largest CPG, B2C, B2B and service industry clients in the world.

An avid trend spotter, early adopter and advocate for strategies that drive business outcomes, Greg is always looking for ways to take a more active role in defining and shaping the fields of public relations, advertising and marketing.

Greg is a frequent presenter at both large and small events, presenting real-life thought-leadership, strategies and applications of next-generation marketing and public relations.

PR Week 40 Under 40
PR News Social Media Professional of the Year
MSP Business Journal 40 Under 40

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