[Legacy post: Small Business Talent] Tom Fishburne has a unique entrepreneurial backstory. It started in 2000 when he was a student at Harvard Business School. While earning his MBA, he was also learning how to draw cartoons by doodling on the backs of business cases, publishing them in the school paper, and posting his work online.
Through his marketing cartoons, Tom now reaches over 100,000 marketers every week. In addition, his work has been featured in leading business publications, including The Wall Street Journal, Fast Company, and the New York Times.
Tom’s company, Marketoon Studios, creates content marketing campaigns with cartoons and has served a variety of high profile clients, like Unilever, General Electric, Kronos, Oracle, and many more.
Prior to launching his own firm, Tom was a marketing VP at Method Products (recently named “the 16th most innovative company in the world” by Fast Company). Before that, he led brand-marketing campaigns at Nestle and General Mills.
If you’ve ever wondered how an entrepreneur can create a successful business around their passion, then you’re going to find this interview very interesting. Scroll down to the Podcast Player now and enjoy!
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