Is Your Business Asking “What If?”

Ever feel like your business is stuck in a rut? You want to do something fresh and impactful, but you’re not sure where to start? We often struggle to produce new ideas because we spend our time looking for answers to the same questions we’ve been asking for years. Leaders get stuck in the daily routine of asking for information and updates versus unlocking the surprising power of asking great questions. Join us in this breakout to learn ways to generate new ideas, fuel innovation, and reinvigorate your team.

Speakers:

 

Scott Keetle, Co-Owner, Epiphium

Building successful relationships in life and business is what matters most to Scott. For over 23 years, the seed business has enabled him to develop strong relationships across the industry. The experiences of brands and business structures from small, regional companies to large, multi-national corporations, have given him insights into what matters most. Growing up on a family farm near Waverly, Nebraska, gave Scott his passion to serve an industry he cares greatly about. Upon receiving his B.A. from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Scott joined the seed industry as a District Sales Manager for Golden Harvest Seeds. Over the past 20 years Scott has enjoyed roles in sales management, professional training and development, general management, and strategic marketing with Monsanto, Syngenta, Becks Hybrids, AgReliant, and Inari. Scott is now taking his expertise in sales enablement and strategic marketing to Epiphium, where he advises businesses on how to put their full potential to work.

 

Katie Sauer, Co-Owner, Epiphium

Katie is passionate about one thing – helping others succeed. At Epiphium, she wakes up every day excited to uncover new ideas to help independent brands do just that. Throughout her career Katie has worked in both the corporate and startup realms, while also having the privilege of working alongside independent brands for a decade. She now puts her 18 years of sales, marketing, and communication experience to work helping ag companies navigate the complexities of the market, gain valuable insights into their own businesses, and create and implement strategic plans that will carry their brands into the future. Katie holds a B.A. in communication from Truman State University and an MBA from Saint Louis University.