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Mike Bush

Chief Growth Officer CDL 1000

Beginning his career by learning how to tell a brand’s story, leveraging marcom to build market share, utilizing PR to get people engaged, and innovating trust-based relationships between products and people, He took on diverse challenges and continually grew. Mike created the first ever SEO practice in Washington DC — generating $10M+ in revenue for 10+ clients. Throughout my career, Mike gained unique experiences such as spearheading marcom for a company after a real-time suicide (incident inspired a Law & Order SVU episode) with minimal negative publicity. And advising a client in PR best practices after an employee had committed a highly publicized terrorist attack in the US. Company was able to maintain all major financial relationships (JPM, BofA, Well Fargo, AmEx, etc.). He worked for a leader in the automotive services industry — building a reputation as nationally recognized expert on road rage (including an appearance on Court TV as a Subject Matter Expert). This included creating media that generated 100M+ impressions.

1998 - 2002
sales Sales
project-management Project Management
image-1 Strategic Planning
public-relation Public Relations
marketing-strategies Marketing strategy
digital-marketing-1 Digital Marketing

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Tax Incentives Are Key for Green Commercial Vehicle Adoption

Mike Bush - April 11, 2024

The push toward greener logistics is gaining traction as concerns about environmental sustainability and climate change continue to grow. Traditional diesel-powered vehicles, long the backbone of the freight industry, are increasingly seen as unsustainable.

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Revolutionizing Trade Shows: Manifest is Shaping the Future of the Logistics Sector with Innovation and Inclusivity

Mike Bush - April 11, 2024

Gone are the days when trade shows were merely physical marketplaces for businesses to showcase their products and services. Today, they are evolving into dynamic platforms where innovation, technology, and networking converge to shape the future of industries.

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Critical Crossroads: Baltimore Bridge Incident Magnifies Maritime Supply Chain Vulnerabilities, Calls for Immediate Overhaul

Mike Bush - April 5, 2024

The recent incident involving the vessel DALI crashing into a bridge in Baltimore has thrust maritime supply chain issues into the spotlight. As global trade continues to intensify, the capacity and safety of maritime infrastructure are under scrutiny.

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Revolutionize Truck Driver Engagement in Logistics: Integrate Texting and Social Media for Stronger Relationships and Increased Efficiency

Mike Bush - March 29, 2024

The logistics and supply chain sector is undergoing a significant transformation, driven by the need for more efficient communication channels between companies and frontline workers, particularly truck drivers. This shift is not just about adopting new technologies; it's about finding practical solutions that cater to the real-world usage habits of these critical playersWhat could the adoption of more direct and preferred communication channels like texting and social media platforms mean for the logistics and supply chain industry?

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Efficiency, Well-being, Environment are the Three Pillars of the New Logistics Paradigm

Mike Bush - March 20, 2024

The world of logistics and supply chain management, often hidden in plain sight, is a colossal industry that intricately weaves through the fabric of our daily lives. Despite its monumental impact on the global economy, it quietly powers forward, unseen and uncelebrated.

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Hammer Down with Nada Jiddou: How Clarience Technologies is Revolutionizing Transportation Safety and Telematics

Mike Bush - March 14, 2024

In an era where technology is rapidly transforming industries, the transportation and logistics sector stands at a pivotal point. With advancements in connectivity, electrification, and autonomous technology, companies are redefining how goods and people move.

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