Steve Dennis is a consultant, speaker and writer on retail innovation, omni-channel strategy and marketing personalization.

As President of SageBerry Consulting, he leverages more than 30 years of experience to help retail and luxury industry clients accelerate their growth and become more customer-centric.

Prior to founding SageBerry, Steve was Senior Vice President of Strategy and Marketing for the Neiman Marcus Group. As a member of the Executive Committee, he drove the company’s major growth initiatives, multi-channel marketing programs, loyalty strategy and customer insight and analytics agenda.

Before joining Neiman Marcus, Steve held leadership positions with Sears, including Acting Chief Strategy Officer, Lands’ End acquisition integration team leader and Vice President-Multichannel Integration. Earlier in his career he was with the NutraSweet Company and the global management strategy consulting firm, Booz & Co.

Steve shares his thought leadership in the press, as a keynote speaker and through his blog “The Art & Science of Customer-Centricity”(www.stevenpdennis.com). He also serves on the Advisory Boards of Invodo Inc., Nectar Online Media, RevTech and Education Opens Doors and is the Board Chair Elect of Social Venture Partners Dallas.

Steve received his MBA from the Harvard Business School and a BA from Tufts University.


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