Bryan Holland

What does he do? Simply put: strategy.

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Bryan doesn’t sleep. If he does, and you’re his client, he’s dreaming about building your business.

What Bryan does is methodically develop a strategy to clearly brand and uniquely position his clients’ business. He then puts his team into motion to create and execute an ROI marketing plan that delivers results. If that sounds too simple, it isn’t, but you don’t need to worry about it. That’s his job.

Client experience includes Batesville Casket Company, BGR Packaging Solutions, Cheviot Savings Bank, Chiquita Process Fruit Ingredients, Cintas, Dental Care Plus, Fifth Third Bank, Hydrotech, IBM, Kaeser & Blair, Mike Sell’s Potato Chip Co., Pella Windows & Doors, Procter & Gamble, Stihl Power Tools and UCATS.

When Bryan isn’t creating the perfect strategy for his clients he’s busy. He serves on the Advisory Board and the Membership Committee of the Goering Center for Family & Private Business at the University of Cincinnati. He also led the Holland team’s successful brand strategy and corporate identity program for The Down Syndrome Association of Greater Cincinnati. His son, Scott, was actively involved in Scouting up to the 8th grade and as a result of this positive experience, Bryan wanted to give back to this organization. He developed marketing strategies to build the summer camp enrollment for the Dan Beard Council (Boy Scouts of America).

Bryan grew up in Finneytown and graduated from Indian Hill High School. He was awarded a baseball scholarship to the University of Cincinnati and had a select tryout for the Cincinnati Reds after graduation. He then went on to earn his MBA at Xavier University. He resides with his family in Mariemont. His son Scott plays basketball and has been the manager of the Mariemont Football team since the 7th grade. He also has a daughter Megan who received her MBA in Accounting from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University and played on the women’s soccer team for 4 years. When he is not working, spending time with his family, or actively involved with his church, he is looking forward to heading up north to Walloon Lake in Michigan where he spends 2-3 weeks each summer boating with his family – still dreaming about building his clients’ business.