Project Description

Pyotr Belov
Pyotr BelovStrategy (Brand, Product), Customer Experience, (Product, Project) Management,
Email: [email protected]
Accepting New Clients: Yes
Client Size Range: $500,000 – $50,000,000 annual revenue

In my 30+ year career I have been in a role of entrepreneur and held high level leadership roles for household brands in the Music Industry. The importance of design, engineering, supply chain, manufacturing, and distribution is fundamental. Channeling creativity and agility for market opportunities is existential. Yet, compelling stories of how the product will create a lifelong value and memories, or better yet, a life changing experience is visceral.

If you have a vision, let our team of Wizards help you make it a reality.

Who I Can Help:

  • Business owners that love what they do.
  • Companies that strive to connect and engage directly with their customer.
  • Companies that need to reinvent their brand to realize new opportunities.
  • Brands that need winning strategy and tactics grow their business to the next level.
  • Companies that are ready to be innovative, agile and have long horizons of time.

Who Is Not a Good Fit:

Organizations without entrepreneurial spirit, that require a committee to make a decision, and just want a transactional relationship with their customer.

What I Do For Clients:

I help clients conduct brand audit and develop a brand strategy with tactical implementation schedule. Leveraging client’s brand strengths, I help identify growth opportunities with innovative products and services. I consult on product development, supply chain management and operational efficiencies. I also consult on compelling stories: marketing campaigns with viral customer growth and engagement. However, if you need a wingman, someone to ride shotgun, go in the corner and dig for the puck or just hammer some nails, I can do that too.

A Deeper Dive:

I was born in Soviet Union and grew up in Soviet Circus where my grand parents were clowns. I immigrated to America when I was 11. At 25 I went to a free-agent hockey camp. While the hockey camp did not lend invitation to a pro team camp, the experience was most memorable. I had the pleasure of working in the music industry and have built guitars and amplifiers for Rock and Country Music Stars. On one special occasion I teched for David St. Hubbins of Spinal Tap.