Greg Olson is Principal at GROWL, a Denver-based marketing and design agency that specializes in helping companies drive more revenue and results through the development of highly focused
sales tools, strategic marketing and digital campaigns. Greg has worked in the B2B sales and marketing field for more than 20 years, in everything from industrial to healthcare to
technology, and has a sincere passion for creating measurable strategies that can differentiate a B2B business.
Greg has also dedicated a great deal of time to the BMA both locally and nationally, currently serving on the BMA’s National Board of Advisors as the VP of Chapter Development for 10
years. Greg truly exemplifies why people join BMA, which is to connect and build relationships, and has been instrumental in helping many other members locally, and nationally, do the same.
Greg is a published author, and has contributed numerous thought leadership pieces on B2B marketing best practices to national publications. He is also an experienced speaker presenting to
other non-profit industry associations, including Colorado Bio-Science Association, American Marketing Association, TIE Rockies, and Colorado Technology Association. Most recently he spoke at
a national mobile marketing conference.
Outside of industry associations, Greg has contributed his expertise and time to Bike Denver, helping them to create partner programs that connect their strategy to local partners and
government entities. He is passionate about the outdoors and volunteers many hours with the Colorado Mountain Club – assisting with marketing programs to generate awareness and
The people closest to Greg describe him as strategic, insightful, approachable and passionate. But, more importantly and personally, they note how authentically incredible a person he is
– contributing his time, ear and expertise to countless colleagues that have over the years become close friends. And it would be a shame not to mention – Greg is the person that
will undoubtedly always make you laugh out loud.