You don’t become a prominent executive speaker overnight. It takes time, it takes energy, it takes commitment. And most of all, it takes the willingness to risk it all.
Kevin England has been an entrepreneur since the tender age of 13 when he wrote his first computer program. Inspired by his love for hockey and Wayne Gretzky’s famous line “You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take,” Kevin has committed to pushing the limits of business growth and success through his team-centric leadership approach. Never one to take a backseat or sit and wait for things to happen on their own, Kevin pours himself into his work, inspiring others to take ownership of their own growth and the growth of their respective companies.
Although his background is in IT, Kevin quickly realized his true passion rests in sales and marketing. The tremendous challenge of taking an initial business concept and transforming it into a profitable endeavor is enough to test any entrepreneur, but it is something at which that Kevin thrives.
For the past 10 years, Kevin has consistently been requested to speak at conferences, trade shows, and other events to bring perspective to CEOs, business owners, salespeople, and marketers of all industries on how to effectively grow their businesses. The insight he offers focuses on taking ownership of your destiny; both that of your company, as well as that of your own life. Whether it’s on something as specific as implementing a modern strategy focused on sales, marketing, and technology, or on something as all-encompassing as executive leadership and impact, Kevin aims to impart meaningful takeaways to his audience—encouraging them to take action that same day. As he always says, “Move your feet, and figure it out.” Don’t get complacent, and always expect more out of yourself. If it worked for Kevin, it can – and will – work for you.
Kevin lives in the greater Los Angeles area with his wife and their two dogs. They enjoy being outdoors, traveling, and spending as much time as they can with their four adult children.