Speaking Engagements

Greg Swan and Bob Lefsetz, MIMA Summit 2013

Breakout Presenter, Greg Swan

“Greg Swan is something of a public relations juggernaut, and a leader in a move towards a more social way of marketing.”
Minnesota Business

Greg Swan is an accomplished speaker, presenter and guest lecturer at national conferences, professional organizations, business meetings and universities.

Greg’s unique style and approach caters each presentation to the target audience, weaving thought-leadership and over-arching strategies with real-life, tangible take-aways.

To connect with Greg about topics for your conference or event, e-mail gregoryswan (at) gmail(dot)com or call 612-845-1020.

Conference Presentations:

  • South By Southwest Interactive Festival (x4)
  • Digital Summit Series
  • 4A’s CreateTech
  • Spredfast Social Summit
  • BlogWorld & New Media Expo (x2)
  • PR News Next Practices Annual Conference
  • PRSA Professional Practices Conference
  • PRSA Institute
  • IABC Communicator Conference
  • MIMA Summit Conference (x4)
  • McCann Worldgroup HFD Growth Week
  • AdFed/Ad2 Advertising Student Summit
  • Twin Cities Media Alliance Fall Forum (x2)
  • Minnesota Blogger Conference (x2)
  • American Red Cross Conference

Professional Organization Presentations:

  • International Association of Business Communicators (IABC)
  • American Marketing Association (AMA)
  • Public Relations Society of America (PRSA)
  • Minnesota Interactive Marketing Association (MIMA)
  • Ad Fed MN
  • Social Media Breakfast MSP

College Lectures:

  • University of Minnesota
  • Drake University
  • University of Saint Thomas
  • Minnesota School of Business
  • Minnesota College of Art and Design (MCAD)
  • Iowa State University
  • McNally Smith College of Music


  • Capturing Attention in an Algorhythmic World
  • Immersive Storytelling
  • Social Media Strategies
  • Brand Innovation
  • Dark Social
  • Quantified Self/Wearables 101
  • Content Marketing
  • Online Reputation Management
  • Corporate Reputation Management
  • The Brand of “You” in the Digital Age
  • Social Media Ethics
  • Social Media as a Crisis Response Weapon
  • Too Much Information? Surviving Data Overload
  • Bloggers, Bribes and Blasphemy: Engaging Influencers in a Changing World

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