October 22, 2013
Derek Champagne, CEO of The Artist Evolution, a marketing design and campaign management firm in Fayetteville, Ark. has been appointed to the advisory board for the national publication Dental Entrepreneur: Business Beyond the Classroom.
Champagne specializes in marketing development for non-medical, medical, dental and dental specialty practices across the country. He frequently lectures and coaches to dental, medical and non-medical groups throughout the United States.
Dental Entrepreneur: Business Beyond the Classroom is a publication that provides professional information to dental students and professionals nationwide with distribution to all U.S. dental colleges, students, and faculty.
“Dental Entrepreneur: Business Beyond the Classroom is a national publication that has been delivering pertinent information to dental students across the country for sixteen years,” Anne M. Duffy, editor and publisher of Dental Entrepreneur: Business Beyond the Classroom, said. “Our goal is to provide the assistance graduating dentists need to maximize their careers as successful businessmen and women serving their profession.”
With social media marketing strategies constantly evolving, it is important for any professional, not excluding dental professionals, to be educated on the most up-to-date marketing techniques.
“We are thrilled that marketing expert, Derek Champagne, from Practice Image Builders/ The Artist Evolution, graciously accepted an invitation to join our national advisory board,” Duffy said. “His expertise in the area of current marketing strategies is invaluable. With his commitment to the Dental Entrepreneur magazine, we feel we have added a strong member to our board”
Champagne has been in the marketing profession for many years. He is a co-owner of Practice Image Builders, frequent social media blogger, guest speaker on marketing management and has managed marketing campaigns for corporations throughout the country. Champagne is an active volunteer with regional chambers and committee functions. He enjoys spending time with his wife and two children, playing his guitar, playing the occasional golf game, and staying actively involved in his church.