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Geoff Cottrill Biography, Age, Wife, Daughters, Coca-Cola, Net Worth, Interview

Geoff Cottrill is an American marketer and the president of MullenLowe Lintas Group in Boston, Massachusetts. Preceding joining MullenLowe, he was Chief Marketing Officer and General Manager of Converse, an auxiliary of Nike, Inc.

Geoff Cottrill Biography

Geoff Cottrill is an American marketer and the president of MullenLowe Lintas Group in Boston, Massachusetts. Preceding joining MullenLowe, he was Chief Marketing Officer and General Manager of Converse, an auxiliary of Nike, Inc.

He went through about 11 years at Procter and Gamble in different deals and promoting jobs. He went through nine years as leader of The Coca-Cola Company’s diversion promoting group. He held the situation of Vice President at Starbucks Entertainment Hear Music in Seattle, Washington. He was Chief Marketing Officer and General Manager of Converse, an auxiliary of Nike, Inc.

He was on the Board of Directors for Kimpton Hotels and Restaurants just as the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston In 2014 he was selected bad habit seat of MusiCares, a charitable association related with the Grammy Awards. He is presently the leader of MullenLowe Lintas Group in Boston, Massachusetts. He was named one of Brandweek’s “Advertisers of the Year” in 2010.

Geoff Cottrill Education

He studied and graduated from Florida State University in 1985 with a degree in Economics, and a minor in British Studies / International Affairs.

Geoff Cottrill Daughters

He has two daughters. Abby Claire Cottrill and Claire Cottrill, a musical artist known as Clairo who wrote “Pretty Girl”, a lo-fi-produced song that attracted over 32 million views on YouTube.

Geoff Cottrill Net Worth

His daughter clairo’s net worth is estimated at $250 thousand. He has made a good fortune from business. His net worth is not disclosed

Geoff Cottrill Coca Cola

Geoff Cottrill joined The Coca-Cola Company on March 1, 2018, as Senior Vice President Strategic Marketing. Geoff leads incorporated advertising system crosswise over innovative substance, media arranging and speculation, promoting ability, advanced, showcasing resources and amusement, music and gaming in the United States.

He is likewise in charge of structure and keeping up associations while driving interchanges programs that drive coordinating informing crosswise over the arrangement of brands. He rejoins The Coca-Cola Company after most as of late filling in as President of the promoting and media organization MullenLowe in Boston.

Geoff Cottrill Wife

He is a married man. He is married to Allie Cottrill. There is no more information about how they began dating, their wedding and the time they married. The family is somehow secretive and they like doing their things privately. The family resides in their house in Atlanta.

Geoff Cottrill Salary

He has nod revealed how much he earns, he must be earning a good amount of money

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Geoff Cottrill Interview

Hip Daddy Spotlight #42: Mullenlowe President & Former Converse CMO Geoff Cottrill

Our next Hip Daddy Spotlight is here, and it’s a good one   Featuring our friend and award-winning creative marketer, Geoff Cottrill is in the house!  From leading iconic brand like Converse, Starbucks and Coke too now leading a global ad agency in MullenLowe, Geoff is simply #theman.  But more importantly, he is a devoted, excellent Dad…who still…does not like Coldplay.  Please enjoy our interview with this amazing marketer and business leader:

Tell us about your kids. What’s it like being a dad?

We have 2 beautiful daughters.  Two wonderfully funny, smart, caring young women.  Abby is nearly 20, and Claire is 17. Abby is in her second year of college, Claire is a junior in high school.

Being the Dad of two young women have had a profound impact on me, and the way I view the world we live in.  It’s made me make sure I’m doing my part to make sure women get equal opportunities and fair treatment.  I’m so lucky to have two daughters.  There hasn’t been a day that’s gone by where they haven’t taught me something and inspired me to be a better person.

Talk to us about your parenting style.

My parenting style? Great question…I’ve always tried to be supportive, loving, caring, and always available. My career has required a lot of travel over the years so I’ve missed a lot along the way, but I’ve always worked to be available to them whenever they’ve needed me.  We talk nearly every day, we text, I write them letters, and we spend as much time as we can together.  Laughter is an important part of our lives. I’m proud that our girls both have such a great sense of humor…we laugh a lot.

What’s the one thing you cannot live without as a dad?

I can’t live without seeing our girls smile.  Everything I do is aimed at keeping them happy….knowing that they will have a lot of ups & downs in their lives.

Yeah, my favorite thing in the world is to see a smile on their beautiful faces.  Sounds corny I know, but you asked….and it’s true.

You’ve had a storied career in marketing and building brands, tell us about 2-3 of your ‘shining moments’.

I’ve had a great career.  I’ve worked on some big product launches, some epic campaigns, for some world-class companies & brands. I’ve been quite lucky.  My top 2-3 “shining moments” have nothing to do with a product launch or a campaign though….my shining moments have always come from seeing the people who’ve worked for me succeed, or solve a problem, or push themselves beyond what they thought they can be.

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I believe that your legacy is not built on product launches, campaigns, the opening of a recording studio, or anything like that…legacy is built on the people you brought in, taught, coached, pushed, and watched reach new heights.  Those are my shining moments….and it’s also moments like this that make me love being a parent as well!

From CMO at converse to something new, tell us about your recent news and what lies ahead.

My time at Converse was a lot of fun.  It’s a great brand and the marketing organization is filled with extremely talented, smart, funny people who worked to help each other achieve great things.  But after 8 years, it was time for a new creative challenge.  I’m moving to join the team at MullenLowe to lead their Boston office.  When I left Converse I set out to find something challenging, interesting, & fun. After spending time with the MullenLowe team, I quickly understood that joining their team would offer all three of those things.  There’s a great team in place, and I think that I can not only add value but also learn a great deal.  I’m curious by nature so I’m truly excited about all that I have to learn.  It’s going to be a great next chapter for me.