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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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Sustainable Trucking Solutions for Small Businesses: Increasing Profitability and Efficiency with Adam Wingfield

Mike Bush - May 17, 2024

The trucking industry is at a pivotal moment, facing significant changes and challenges from regulatory shifts to technological innovations. As one of the backbones of the global economy, the importance of efficient and sustainable trucking solutions cannot be overstated.

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Minimising Waste, Maximising Reusability of Returned Items: Streamlining the Returns Process with Two Boxes

Mike Bush - May 10, 2024

As ecommerce continues to dominate retail, the efficiency of handling returns becomes crucial for customer satisfaction and operational sustainability. The return rates for online purchases are significantly higher than those for brick-and-mortar stores, underscoring a major challenge for online retailers.

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Global Collaboration Drives Sustainable Maritime ESG Practices

Mike Bush - April 26, 2024

Amidst the vast expanse of the maritime industry, a new wave is crestingthe wave of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) imperatives. From reducing carbon footprints to fostering social equity, maritime entities are grappling with the complexities of sustainability like never before.

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Forum Mobility Leads Sustainable Supply Chain Revolution with Zero-Emission Vehicles Subscription Model

Mike Bush - April 22, 2024

As Earth Day shines a spotlight on environmental stewardship, the conversation around sustainability has extended its roots deep into the veins of the global supply chain. With stringent regulations coming into effect in California, mandating the transition to zero-emission vehicles for port entry, the race to adapt has been catalyzed.

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Navigating the Complex Waters of Supply Chain Fees: Comprehensive Insights into Demurrage and Detention in International Trade

Mike Bush - April 19, 2024

In an era where global supply chains face unprecedented challengesfrom pandemic-induced disruptions to escalating international trade tensionsthe nuances of logistics operations, such as demurrage and detention fees, are gaining significant attention. These fees are intended to streamline port operations but often result in substantial financial burdens for businesses, highlighting a critical area of the logistics industry that demands closer scrutiny.

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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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