Mark Gallagher, Brand Expressionist®

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Mark walks a fine line between being under-caffeinated and over-caffeinated. Born too late to explore the wild west, but too early to explore the galaxy, he’s obsessed with travel and food.

A graduate of Pratt Institute, Mark studied Communications and Industrial Design. He is a frequent lecturer (Including schools such as Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Tufts University as well as Parson School of design and the Miami Ad School) and has served as subject matter expert on “branding” to publications including The Boston Globe and Financial Times.

Mark’s second passion is auto racing. He is a nationally certified performance driving instructor competing in BMW Club Racing and Iceracing series.

Upcoming Speaking Engagement:

2018 MRA Educational Foundation Summit: Restaurants – THE NEW FRONTIER

Mark will be speaking as part of the “Scale Your Restaurant Concept Not Just Your Footprint” panel:

Whether expanding to a new location across the street or multiple units across the country, the environment you create will govern the dining experience and the expectations people create. By building the right team to understand your success and assist in building a consistent brand experience rather than executing a cookie cutter solution, restaurants are better able to scale their concepts across various locations growing their brands, customer loyalty and, of course, their bottom line.

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Mark’s Twitter Feed

Everything is terrible. If she’s lying it’s terrible. If he did it it’s terrible. Everything. Is. Terrible.

Hey is it that the movies have warnings about nudity, language, etc… but they never tell you it’s a musical, which is far more offensive!

2018 MRA Educational Foundation Summit: Restaurants - THE NEW FRONTIER

Of all the questions to ask when considering re-branding, the first should always be WHY?

“If you don't read the newspaper, you're uninformed. If you read the newspaper, you're mis-informed.”

—Mark Twain

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