Becky Beckman

Becky Beckman

Becky is the Director of Marketing at Gibson. She is responsible for all aspects of marketing, advertising, public relations, social media, event planning, corporate giving, and branding. Prior to joining Gibson in 2018, she was the Vice President of Marketing at Carbon’s Golden Malted and spearheaded the branding initiative to launch the first food truck in both Chicago and South Bend. She has spent much of her career in non-profit, College Football Hall of Fame and the Kelly Cares Foundation, planning events, brand development, communications, and fundraising. Read Becky's Full Bio

Recent posts by Becky Beckman

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6 Lessons From Our Rebrand

By Becky Beckman on Oct 9, 2020 6:30:00 AM

Rebranding is a company strategy.

It is not just a marketing strategy. It takes buy-in from everyone within an organization to launch a successful rebrand. Your brand identity is just as much internal, as it is external. At Gibson we have more than 150 brand advocates and we (the entire company) must make sure we are telling our truth and portraying ourselves in a way that not only we can be proud of, but that our clients can be proud of.

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Gibson 2020 Calendar Of Events

By Becky Beckman on Feb 12, 2020 6:45:00 AM

 

The Gibson 2020 Calendar of Events is here! Gibson is getting involved and doing big things this year, and we want you to be a part of it all! From in-house monthly webinars to speaking engagements and conferences, we're everywhere you want to be.

Bookmark our calendar of events to stay up to date on all of the great events we have scheduled over the course of the year. We're always adding new events that you won't want to miss!

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Are You Fully Embracing Corporate Giving?

By Becky Beckman on Nov 22, 2019 6:30:00 AM

As a marketing professional, I have been on both sides of the same equation. As a corporate leader for a global company, I made decisions to ensure our local community was supported by making charitable contributions to worthy nonprofits.  Later, when I worked for the nonprofit Kelly Cares Foundation, this arrangement flipped. I was the one asking corporate executives for charitable contributions to my nonprofit. Now, as the Director of Marketing at Gibson, seeing both sides of the equation and matching those experiences with our own set of priorities has me seeing the whole arrangement from a new vantage point.

As soon as I joined the Gibson team, I asked myself: Are we fully embracing corporate giving? I knew right away, Gibson is an incredibly generous company. It’s very clear we have a culture of servant leadership from the top down and our donations and time prove this. But what difference is it making? Should we have a plan for giving, just like we have a plan for every other part of our company? Of course, the answer is yes.

Research shows nearly 90% of consumers say they’re more likely to buy from a company that supports activities to improve the community. With a statistic like that, do employers really have a choice when it comes to giving and their social reputation? I can enthusiastically say no! But this doesn’t mean throwing together a disjointed giving program that exists outside the bounds of your company’s primary goals.

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