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An Interview with LeadMD’s Justin Gray on Account-Based Marketing

Justin Gray, CEO LeadMD

Justin Gray is a serial entrepreneur serving currently as the CEO and founder of LeadMD, the world’s largest marketing automation consultancy having implemented over half of the Marketo user base.

In our interview, we specifically discuss account-based marketing (ABM), a business-to-business marketing strategy that’s exploded in popularity the last couple years and is being implemented by most, if not all, enterprise B2B companies. Is it a silver bullet? Is it hype? Tune into our fantastic discussion.

And be sure to tune in until the end when we talk about Justin’s newest endeavor in the digital marketing education space and you can sign up today as a beta user.

More about Justin Gray

Justin has made a career of launching successful companies and scaling them to success. In addition to LeadMD, Justin is also the Co-Founder of PaidSuite, a SaaS payment technology provider, and Greyson Organics, an organic farm in rural Missouri which he co-owns with his father.

Over the past 10 years, Justin has emerged as a strong voice for entrepreneurship and modern day marketing. As a recognized speaker, Justin has been published over 300 times in industry publications and holds featured contributor statuses with Inc., Entrepreneur, TechCrunch, and others.


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