Grow Bank Revenues with Audiocasting

In today’s market, there is no form of audience communication that rivals the effectiveness of BankBosun’s Syndicated Audiocasting…both cost-effective AND revenue boosting.

Accelerate Revenues in All Business Lines

Bank Solutions Providers

Bankers have a tough job. Cut them some slack. Help them out and help yourself by utilizing our audiocasting program to communicate your value proposition. Guaranteed to accelerate your sales closing cycle.

Accelerate Sales to Banks

Coughlin’s Corollary

Coughlin’s Corollary is “That one thing that Curly mentioned is hidden in plain sight. “The Pen is Mightier than the Sword. But your voice is stronger than both. Use it wisely!”

Grow Revenue with Coughlin and Curly

Tactical Ecosystem Marketing

A marketing tactic where you help customers, prospects, vendors, suppliers, and influencers all succeed. Include all members in your customized audio program for your bank and watch your relationships and revenues grow.

Sun Tzu Strategy to Compete and Win!


| Podcast

Can Matt Foley, Motivational Speaker Help Your Presentations?

Most bank executives have to make presentation all the their board, shareholders, employees, regulators, cucstomers, prospects?I personally lover working on these presentations. To me it’s like writing poetry for business. You have a limited number of lines, words and time to communicate a powerful impactful and memorable message. So if you want help, give me a call.

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| Video

BankBosun: An Introduction to Curly’s Law and Coughlin’s Corollary

Spend four-minutes watching a short clip video that shows you how to generate double-digit growth revenue growth in all your bank’s business lines. Utilize Curly’s Law (that “one thing” from City Slickers) and Coughlin’s Corollary (the voice is mightier than the pen and the sword) to grow revenues…BIG LEAGUE.

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| Quotes & Tips

Think “win!”

“Sooner or later, those who win are those who think they can.”

Paul Tornier


“Dreams are the touchstones of our character.”

Henry David Thoreau

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