Andrew Dietz is Managing Partner of Creative Growth – a marketing and business development firm that grows client relationship and new business revenue for B2B and professional services firms.
An industry-recognized expert on B2B Services strategy, innovation, entrepreneurship, marketing and revenue growth, Andrew is a frequent contributing writer and speaker on marketing and management issues for national business publications and associations. In 2014, McGraw-Hill published Andrew’s book, The Opening Playbook: A Professional’s Guide To Building Relationships That Grow Revenue.
Andrew lives in Atlanta, GA where his community leadership has focused on building the City’s creative community. He has served on the Board of Directors for the Anti-Defamation League, Atlanta College of Art, IMAGE Film and Video (Atlanta Film Festival), High Museum’s Contemporary Art Society, Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia and of VOX Teen Communications. He also wrote the nationally acclaimed book, The Last Folk Hero – a true story of race and art, power and profit, which championed raw creative talent in the world of outsider art. (Ellis Lane Press, 2006)
Andrew earned a Bachelor of Business Administration with a concentration in marketing from The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and a Masters in Business Administration with honors from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business with an emphasis on services marketing.
Contact Andrew directly at andrew at creativegrowthgroup.com or 404.664.7484