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Prove It Matters – Business Debate Show

There isn’t enough healthy debate in business.

Prove It Matters is a show that changes that.

Latest Episodes

Is investing only for the rich? (Ft. Katie Perry, Public.com)
Will we go back to normal after COVID-19?
Can a book teach you PR? (Ft. Karen Freberg)



Show Host: Leo Morejon

Leo Morejon is a SaaS company leader (2x exit), award-winning marketer (CLIO, Cannes Lions, and others), and university educator. Leo’s professional focus is understanding how the intersection of different technologies can be leveraged to support both businesses and people.

He attributes his success to consistently recognizing the value of both people and relationships, and focusing on being a trusted advisor above all else.

Street Cred:

👨🏽‍💼 2x SaaS Leadership: Vice President at 250+ Employee SaaS Company (Expion, Sysomos), CMO at Artificial Intelligence (AI) (BlackBoxAI)

🏛 Brand Work: Oreo (Oreo Super Bowl Tweet), Coca-Cola, Jell-O, Stride Gum, Unilever, Hot Wheels, Subway…

🏢 Agency Exp: JWT, 360i…

👨🏽‍🏫 Educator, Adjunct Instructor: Iowa State University, West Virginia University

🏆 Awards: Guinness World Record: Most Facebook Likes, Cannes Lion, CLIO

📣 Speaker: 50+ Events, Domestically and International

About Prove It Matters

There isn’t enough healthy debate in business. Prove It Matters is a show that changes that. Guests pick a topic, get 2:00 minutes to debate and prove their points matters. All while Leo Morejon pokes, prods, and generally tries to mess them up.

Topics up for debate include everything from influencer marketing (does influencer marketing suck or does it actually work?) to newsletter marketing (do people even read newsletters anymore?) with such heavy hitters as David Berkowitz and Jason Falls.

Leo Morejon brings a unique background, working both in sales as well as marketing across major brands, advertising agencies, and technology companies, and points out everything you’re already thinking about business topics, but are too afraid or too shy to ask.