Mark Hunter is a marketing, brand, and communication executive with 25 years of experience, including 15+ with professional service firms. Working across client sectors, Mark establishes ways to get the most out of organizations through relationship-building, collaboration, and communication. He has extensive experience building and developing strategies in B2C and B2B environments.
As a member of senior management teams, his role is to drive strategy while ensuring the skills are available to execute the plan operationally. Mark works to build a narrative for organizations that deliver all aspects of design; taking on challenges and turning them into profits.
Mark has served on the following boards and committees:
Mark loves life in the city and the country, is an avid cyclist, and regularly challenges himself.
The CMO Series is a podcast devoted to the betterment of chief marketing officers in professional services.
Mark was featured in two episodes including what it takes to build effective business development skills.
Since 2005, Slaw.ca has been Canada’s online legal magazine, written by and for the Canadian legal community: lawyers, librarians, technologists, marketers, students, educators, and everyone in between.
Mark has been a regular contributor since 2010.
The Market Leaders Podcast is an award-winning interview series. David Ackert, President of Ackert Inc. interviews industry thought leaders who share their lessons from the trenches, and provide expert perspective that can be used to improve support professional services firm.
Mark was featured in the episode Unleashing Excellence: Revolutionizing the Client Experience in Legal and Professional Services
Plus Delta was the Consulting Engineers of Ontario quarterly publication. Mark's feature article on How great client experience creates ultimate clients was the most-read article in 2016.
The Canadian Legal Information Institute is a non-profit organization created and funded by the Federation of Law Societies of Canada in 2001 on behalf of its 14 member societies.
Mark's ebook was published in 2021 with over 40 articles on marketing, branding, and communications.