Bosco Anthony is a seasoned online marketing professional and business growth strategist.
He is an international keynote speaker who recently was one of the headline speakers for Social Media Week. Bosco had a break out year in 2012 with over 40 plus keynotes, workshops and speaking engagements.
Originating from Tanzania in East Africa, Bosco started out in marketing and sales, eventually moving into management at Club Intrawest. Bosco moved to the Internet Marketing Center where he managed over 250,000 online affiliates. This allowed him to travel the global circuit where he was given many speaking opportunities.
Bosco launched his own boutique-style, virtual marketing agency called Tribe1. It specializes in content curation, digital marketing, social media strategies, deployment and consulting. His clientele includes small businesses, enterprises and corporate brands. Bosco is also an avid blogger, sharing content on business growth, Internet marketing and social media. Bosco founded the “Internet Marketing Think Tank” meet-up group that convenes monthly to focus on business leadership, growth and online marketing talks, panels and keynotes.
At the Vancouver Social Media Awards, Bosco was recently nominated as a finalist for Best Business Blog in 2013, competing with some major brands like YYoga, Translink and The Vancouver Whitecaps. Bosco is currently working on deploying other exciting business and entrepreneurial ventures in the months to come.”
About The Digital Dialogue
The Digital Dialogue is a conversational style interview aimed at creating engaging dialogue with various business thought leaders. The online TV show is aimed at inspiring, educating and guiding aspiring entrepreneurs, businesses and a global audience.
The concept of the show is to promote thought provoking content in the format of an interview where business leaders get to share their insights, experience and knowledge. The content will be shared through digital means as a free education hub for entrepreneurs and businesses, locally as well as in emerging countries.