Jeff began his career with Fraser Strategy in 2008 taking a mentorship position under Trent Fraser to gain the knowledge and background of a marketer. A year into the Fraser Strategy saga, Jeff was put on a research project into “online media” and what it could mean to the marketing industry in years to come. Shortly after the research began, Jeff also took on the role of video blogger at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics and was part of the Pavilion’s major success.
Jeff has been consulting businesses and organizations on their online marketing strategy for over four years, gives presentations and workshops regularly and is a partner in a brand new marketing startup in Regina called Strategy Lab (www.strategylab.ca). Jeff speaks regularly on the topics of Personal Branding, The Future of Marketing, Neuromarketing: the Hidden Side of Marketing, and The Day Social Media Blew up the World. Based heavily on research, business cases and client results, you will learn a lot from any of Jeff’s presentations.
Jeff has been blogging since 2009 at www.JephMaystruck.com, one of his greatest achievements if you’d have asked his English teacher in high school. He also claims the easiest way to get a hold of him is on Twitter @JephMaystruck. Truly an online guy!
After “work” Jeff coaches Volleyball, sits on the U of R Alumni Board, Regina Canada Day Board, reads an extraordinary amount of books, loves snowboarding, golf, tennis, hockey, beach volleyball, and even does some dancing.
In the past Jeff has had the absolute pleasure of working with amazing clients such as Coda Clothing & Shoes, Alport Group Wealth Management, Ranch Ehrlo Society, Crown Shred & Recycling, and Capital Ford Lincoln. He would love the opportunity to meet and work with your organization.
“Jeff was very good at engaging the audience, and his presentation was informative. I would be happy to have him speak at another event in the future.”
Leah Mazur – Project Manager, Enactus University of Regina
“The presentation revolutionized the way I think about social media, particularly as it pertains to my own children. Instead of being afraid of them “being out there” on Facebook, Twitter, etc., I now see the benefits of these and how kids can use them to positively “brand” themselves. I will encourage my kids to post positive things about themselves rather then tell them that they aren’t allowed to participate in these social media at all. I think my kids will thank me!”
&nbRachel Boughen – Teacher
“Jeff Maystruck spoke with our Grade XII students and staff in May of 2013. His presentation was energetic, passionate and real. He shared the impact and positive uses of social media while discussing the importance of developing a positive digital footprint within the realm of social media. He stressed that social media is not about technology; it’s about connecting with people. Jeff’s presentation was well received by students and staff and many have started to follow Jeff on Twitter”.
Scott Williamson – Principal