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Jeremy Miller

Director of Marketing

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Jeremy Miller is a young nationally known entrepreneur and marketer. Jeremy started inventing things at the age of 7. By 16 he had already created his first company. Fortunately, as he explains, his first company failed at a loss of $8k. By the age of 18 he turned around and built a successful advertising agency called Inspired Blue Media with national clients and national press recongition. Now, Jeremy is the Director of Marketing at the fast-growing technology company, SnapShyft. Jeremy Miller was the 2018 Nominee for Tech Points Rising Star Mira award for ‚ÄúBest in Technology in Indiana‚ÄĚ. Jeremy has been featured or mentioned in 50+ publications and websites including Forbes, The Next Web, Inc. Magazine, Channel 13 News WTHR, The Huffington Post, BuzzFeed, The Daily Beast, Influencive, Mashable, Future Sharks, Success Magazine and many more. Jeremy‚Äôs Forbes Feature was the #1 trending article on LinkedIn in December of 2017 and ranked #1 on Google for ‚ÄúForbes Entrepreneur‚ÄĚ with 17M search results also in December of 2017. Jeremy was ranked in the top 25 influencers to teach about social media in 2017.

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