January 12, 2012

Danielle Walton

Leadership Bio

09.12.2011– The combination of business savvy and marketing expertise is what elevates Danielle’s game. It’s also how ideas such as creating an online tool for marketers to view all of their marketing data in one place effortlessly – a la Bringshare – move from good idea to VC boardrooms to reality.

In addition to launching BringShare, Danielle is co-founder of Adept Marketing where she counsels clients on developing interactive web projects and strategies that improve their online presence. But she’s also the marketing force behind Adept, becoming a frequent contributor to trade publications regarding insights into predictive internet marketing strategies for small businesses as well as patient-based healthcare practices. She has single-handedly cultivated and continues to grow a client base nationwide based on Adept’s proven methodology.

Prior to launching Adept’s successful practice with her business partner in 2007, Danielle honed her technology and management consulting talents with Deloitte Consulting, working on large-scale technology projects at several Fortune 500 companies including Johnson & Johnson, BlueCross BlueShield, and SC Johnson Wax.

Big business, small business, her business or next business, she proves that she knows her stuff and is always up for a challenge. With two start-ups leveraging technology to her credit, Danielle is an emerging woman in tech and poised to become a major, influential force in the years ahead.

Press Contact

Joel Kessel Phone: (614) 467-9083 Mobile: (773) 209-6125 [email protected]

News Facts

  • BringShare helps marketing professionals, entrepreneurs and their businesses measure and evaluate their online marketing investments more efficiently and cost effectively.
  • BringShare is the first Ohio company invited to present at the nearly 20-year-old DEMO conference, the world’s leading launch conference for emerging technologies.
  • BringShare takes the aggregation of marketing data a significant step further by mashing data together and presenting it in a way that makes it easier for businesses to make smarter decisions about their online marketing.
  • Marketers can spend 20 to 40 hours a month on manipulating data and tracking functions, whereas BringShare produces actionable in a matter of minutes.