Star Equity Group David speaks about Star Equity as well as a current project and past experience with interviewer Donna Drake On CBS Live it UP!
The Futurist Innovator
Event Design & Implementation Specialist
Peak Performance / Personal Development Coach
David Alan Kogut started his career in the entertainment and advertising industry working with almost every well known A-Listers in business, politics and entertainment for over 25 years. He credits his success to building relationships in a myriad of industries. He holds a B.S. in Communication Theory & Psychology, B.F.A. in Visual Communications as well as a certification and course study in Journalism at Syracuse University. Taking a futuristic approach thinking 10 years ahead David provides a strategic approach to every challenge. As a consultant David holds experience as a CMO, CCO and CEO applying skill sets in Graphic Arts, Event Production, Branding, Photography, Psychology, Project Management, Technology, and Personal Development/Leadership.
Every brand/company has Star Equitable possibilities and the success of that is how that company communicates who they are. David’s uniqueness is his innate ability to master multiple disciplines and apply those skills to create successful outcomes.
David has been entrusted to work on multi-million dollar events for sports, entertainment and fundraising industries. He has experience working with a U.S. President, A-list celebrities, business dignitaries, musical artists, Fortune 100 brands and celebrity such as Robert De Niro, Donald Trump, Tom Cruise, Quentin Tarantino, Carlos Slim, Martin Scorsese, Leonardo DiCaprio, Stevie Wonder. He has developed the look, business and marketing plans for tech startups, legal firms, new consumer brands and a range of new small business interests in many different industries in the B2B, B2C and government space. He has consulted and worked with marketing, sponsorship and event marketing for companies like BMW, Coors Beer, Godiva, CitiBank, Delta Airlines and others.
“People and brands possess infinite equity potential, but they don’t know how to parlay that value into fiscally favorable returns, until now!