David S. Cohen is a creative start-up veteran experienced in defining technology vision and product strategy for software and service companies in a wide range of industries. His entrepreneurial mindset and practical approach have led to the successful launch of numerous products and services including: unified messaging, web-based access to personal health-care information, alerting and notification applications, content transformation for wireless devices, mobile applications for CRM and SFA, VoiceXML-based IVR infrastructure services, and ruggedized solutions for field service. He is experienced in fund-raising, business planning, market strategy, product launches, pricing, brand creation, search engine optimization, differentiation analysis, product definition, and start-up coaching.

David also brings an artist’s eye and creativity to his work. His paintings have been exhibited in galleries in New York, New Jersey, Baltimore, Washington D.C. and Atlanta. His award-winning web design and user interface work has been displayed in articles in PC Magazine and Internet World and used as an example in the book Dynamic HTML Black Book for his innovative use of dynamic content. He has led creative teams on co-branded projects with CompuServe, The Weather Channel, Erols, Bigfoot, USA.net, Polygram, and American Express.

For more about David visit his studio, or his company website, Equation Arts.

David is also an occasional guest on Connect Grow Profit Radio – a program hosted by Kathy Smart and syndicated on BlogTalk Radio.

Radio spots:

10/8/2007 – Connect -Grow – Profit Becoming the Ambassador of your Brand

10/8/2007 – Connect -Grow – Marketing for Small Businesses


David Cohen is also available for speaking engagements and for exclusive one-on-one coaching. Please fill out the contact form on the Equation Arts website to find out more about having David speak to your organization or to apply for a coaching session.

§ One Response to About

  • Adrian Levine says:

    Hi David,

    Is there any way I can get your email? I would like to invite you to an upcoming Web 2.0 conference.

    Thank you,

    Adrian Levine

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