One of the most established and booming influencers on national retail television, Cory has perfected the blueprint for an emotional customer journey and transformed it to succeed in our digital age. He shares his foundational marketing formula with organizations through speaking engagements and Pitch Media, a company specializing in brand marketing, digital marketing and video marketing content emotionally engaging buyers to learn product stories, then click “buy.”

During nearly 20 years, Cory’s been the face of more than 350 different products on national television networks. He’s grossed hundreds of millions of dollars in product sales. He’s also produced and directed thousands of hours of retail television, while creating marketing video for hundreds of corporate giants, such as Alcon Pharmaceuticals, Canon USA, Dunkin’ Donuts, Goodyear, Home Shopping Network, Homedics, Marvel, Motorola, QVC, RCA and Xerox, among many others. Cory is also the author of the best-selling book “Thousands Per Minute, the Art of Pitching Products on Camera.” This book has been hailed as “the bible for every person looking to sell a product on camera.” Looking to inspire and help entrepreneurs, growing organizations and the launch of innovative products, Cory teaches and trains business and product owners in the art of finding the perfect pitch and telling the story of their product.

As a keynote speaker, Cory Bergeron has spoken at many marketing and active lifestyle conferences and events.
What your audience will learn from Cory.
  • What works and what doesn’t in video ads.
  • The formula to keep every buyer watching.
  • How to avoid common mistakes in messaging.
  • Why your customers are watching, but not buying.
  • The most important part of any sales message.
  • How to cultivate a rapid buying decision.
  • Stories from behind the scenes of retail television.

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