Dwight W. Holcomb C-Suite Network Advisor Since 2016

Fractional Chief Marketing Officer

Marketing & Sales


I deliver rapid revenue growth by serving as your Fractional Chief Marketing Officer.  We first work with your executive team to create a proven Executive Sales & Marketing strategy which will connect you with the CEO’s of your best-fit, target market.  Our team then acts as your entire Virtual Sales & Marketing Department™ to execute each campaignWe serve CEOs of Software and Technology companies between $5M and $100M in revenue.

Learn how we used The Lean CMO Method™ to triple the revenue of one or our SaaS clients in 18 months and generated more than $54 million in contract value for one of our enterprise software clients, in less than 12 months.

Dwight speaks Internationally as an Expert in Marketing Innovation and a Technology Futurist and is the Author of, “The Lean CMO“.

Dwight graduated from the UCLA-NUS Global Executive MBA program.  He currently serves as President for the UCLA Anderson Alumni Network and is an Executive Committee Board Member for the Muscular Dystrophy Association.  Dwight earned a degree in Computer Information Systems from Arizona State University while competing on ASU’s nationally ranked wrestling team under U.S. Olympic Coach, Bobby Douglass.


Dwight W. Holcomb | Fractional Chief Marketing Officer

"In less than 12 months, Dwight generated 50 active prospects to produce over $54,000,000 in contract revenue,the largest sales universe ever for the company."

W. Patrick McGinty

Global Sales Director

"After our first engagement this year, our sales team had our 2 best months ever. This was a direct result of redefining
our sales process and the coaching that Dwight did with our sales team."

Jeff Campbell

President & CEO

"Dwight has been an indispensable asset to the Muscular Dystrophy Association. He has been instrumental in the restructuring of our Executive Board."

Elizabeth Tenpas

Executive Director


Dwight W. Holcomb | Fractional Chief Marketing Officer

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