About KHB

KHB provides strategic marketing and coaching that helps organizations filter through the noise and find marketing tools that matter. We help organizations use marketing budgets efficiently to be found, reduce the cost of customer acquisition and grow profitably.

Who We Are

Business performance is contingent on wrapping your strategy around every customer touchpoint. That’s why it’s important to have a strategic partner who understands your business and organizational goals. With that insight, KHB will help you develop a framework that drives profitable growth.

Katherine Hunter-Blyden, principal at KHB Marketing, is a marketing executive with over 27 years experience. She is experienced at accelerating businesses’ top and bottom line performance. She has successfully managed professional teams with P&L accountability and teams of creative professionals. Katherine holds a BS and MS in mathematics from Creighton University and an MBA from Dartmouth College.

Get Started with Marketing that Matters

You need a marketing strategy that will drive your business toward profitable growth. KHB offers leadership with the financial discipline that will help you acquire, activate and retain the right customers for your business. Let’s get started on your winning marketing strategies.

This @StanfordGSB commencement speech by my friend and @concreterosevc advisor @tgr should be required viewing for any investor or company builder seeking to shape a more equitable and inclusive world!! 🙌🏾💪🏾

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mabjf7V3JEc&t=1190s

It’s absolutely beautiful that all it takes sometimes is for one person to believe in you. Either a manager, a mentor, investor, or even friend who champions you all day long. Looking back at my career – there was a ton of people giving small nudges to help move me forward.

The average person receives 65-80 mobile app notifications per day. …57% will take steps to avoid brands that bombard them with “poorly targeted” communications. #mobilemarketing #marketing @trycourier https://buff.ly/3zWyE6o

.@marcvarta of the @WSJ asked venture fund managers how long they think the down market will last.

From our own @VishalLugani:
“Later-stage companies in particular should understand what they need to do in order to get to breakeven if the IPO markets remain closed.”

#B2B companies that center their strategies and operations on customers far outperform their less customer-focused peers. More on finding the right degree of customer obsession from @Forrester: https://bit.ly/3y8IEs2

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