An author of 4 books, entrepreneur, a mixologist, a student of life, a teacher, a photographer and world traveler… and most of all a Perfect Networker.
Ken Rochon is an accomplished entrepreneur of 30 years with Absolute Entertainment, published author of six books, including Becoming the Perfect Networker … Succeeding 1 Connection @ a Time, global fusion DJ, founder of Perfect World Network/Perfect Networker, photographer, world traveler and recipient of America’s Most Influential Business Connector of 2010.
As President of Perfect Publishing, Ken offers aspiring and talented authors the amazing opportunity of having their work published and recognized publicly. He goes to great lengths supporting writers from the first draft to final manuscript and then onto the final printing stage. Traveling across the U.S. to attend various speaking/public engagements and business networking events, he also finds time to indulge in his passion for photography – an art form that he majestically captures with consummate skill. Invited to shoot numerous events, Ken’s stunning photos are a masterpiece of marketing that are a visual delight. Following Absolute Entertainment, Ken has expanded to Absolute Productions (AP), building on his renowned expertise and passion for producing world-class events.
Now, in perfect alignment with his mission to make a difference in the world, his most recent project, The Umbrella Syndicate, was born from recognition of a need for expert promotion and social branding in a unique way. Tapping into the energy that “networking gurus” have through their vast networks, this unique and timely powerful amplification tool has the ability to reach an unlimited audience.
“Everyone wants to be heard! Good businesses, good people and good causes all need to be heard or they could fail because of lack of awareness. This book addresses how to Amplify Your Message using Guerrilla Marketing techniques through Social Media. It reminds us of how important each communication can be, and how each person that hears that communication or message will grow to be a raving fan. Learning how and what to do to engage an audience is the difference of whether you are struggling or people are cheering for you as you become abundant.”