Best-selling author and “marketing with a book” expert Henry DeVries is an authority on typing and talking: how to maximize revenues by writing books and making speeches. He speaks to thousands of business leaders, professionals, and consultants each year, teaching them successful tactics that shine a spotlight on their company, cause, or career.
Along with his best-selling books — Self-Marketing Secrets, Client Seduction, Pain Killer Marketing, and How to Close a Deal Like Warren Buffett — the buzz-building tools of Henry DeVries have been used to dramatically increase revenues and leverage marketing budgets for two decades. He speaks to thousands of professionals and consultants each year, teaching them scientifically proven tactics that bring them new clients.
He is the founder of the the New Client Marketing Institute, where he has worked since 1999 with consultants and coaches who want to position themselves as experts, grow their business, and explore the possibility of what could happen if they were the author of a client-attracting book. His goal is to win the Nobel Prize in Marketing.
His most popular presentations, filled with content and a large dose of humor, are on the topics “Growing Your Business for Consultants,” “The Science of Storytelling,” “The Top 14 Ways to Attract Clients,” and “Attracting Clients is Not Rocket Surgery.” In addition to authoring his own books, he ghostwrites at least four books a year. He is a researcher and educator (marketing faculty and former assistant dean for continuing education at the University of California, San Diego) with publishing connections and a scientifically-tested proprietary book creation process for business leaders and consultants. His motto is: “Trust me, I’m a book doctor.”
As the CEO of Indie Books International he literally helps consultants translate the expertise in their heads into words on paper that attract both high-paying clients and profitable speaking engagements like an electromagnet. He can be reached at email@example.com or 619-540-3031.