It doesn’t take long to realize that Matthew Maennche has a passion for developing and supporting small businesses. As a serial entrepreneur, Maennche has spent most of his adult life building businesses across multiple industries before finally deciding that his experience could help other companies struggling to define their own successful marketing plan.
Before pursuing marketing and development projects full-time, Maennche honed his customer service skills as the Vice President of Operations for DirecTV and Dish Network fulfillment service companies. These businesses were transformed into multi-million dollar companies with an outstanding reputation for high-quality work through his guidance.
Maennche also owned and managed his own companies, including a construction business that had statewide contracts for Home Depot, Lowes, and Sears before being sold. This experience helped define his own perspective on marketing – an approach that is fundamentally different from the norm. Maennche demonstrates through his actions that leadership is about choices, not titles.
After working with other marketing agencies, Maennche decided that it was time to create a new way to help businesses of all sizes take control of their marketing plans no matter what size their budget is. This led to the creation of Maennche Virtual CMO in 2010, a family-owned and operated business that specializes in retainer-based marketing, custom development, and business consultancy services.
As a pioneer of the Virtual Chief Marketing Officer (VCMO) movement, Maennche is respected for his ability to work in any business sector and motivate employees. Although, Maennche is predominantly known for his uncanny ability to turn dire circumstances into successes through ingenuity and determination.
If you are interested in learning more about the services Matthew Maennche provides or want to learn how your business can benefit from his expertise, you are encouraged to visit the Maennche Virtual CMO website or the Maennche Development Blog. Why settle for the same old strategies when you can try something new?