Chase GregorySr. Partner of NSG Consulting Inc.

Areas of Expertise:

•Marketing
•Social Media
•Marketing Strategy
•Automotive Industry
•Sales
•New Business Development/Startup’s
•Advertising
•Public Relations
•Photography
•Video
•Website Development/Wordpress

I got my start as professional athlete in the waterski/wakeboard industry. For 15 years I represented and promoted my sponsors. This help me grow to be a unique individual with people skills and the ability to listen and learn as well as sell brands and products.

Today, I help improve businesses in the Extreme Sports, Automotive, and Industrial Manufacturing Industries. I have worked with over 30 companies including over 10 “startup’s” in the Orlando area and continue to grow businesses with ecommerce websites, photography/video, trade shows, and direct sales.  A brands professional image is my number day-to-day priority. This is why people trust me with their company as a consultant, as a brand ambassador, and as a salesman.

In 2011 I was given the opportunity to start NSG Consulting Inc. with Nanette where I have been busy helping businesses to growing through innovative ideas and new technology.

Marketing is not a service, it’s a part of business – Chase Gregory

Some call us Consultants, and some say Entrepreneurs.

I have 2 rules.

  1. We must always maintain a trust.
  1. Everything must be on the table.

 

Why these 2?

Because as a consultant, I cannot do my job if you or I are hiding things.

 

Never be afraid to reach out—I am here to help:

[email protected]

NSG Blog Posts

  • Increase revenue by blending your sales and marketing departments

    Increase revenue by blending your separate sales and marketing departments—Into A Growth Team Instead   We think we can all agree there is nothing like a well-run team. These teams are the ones that win high stakes games, have fun doing it, and often are unstoppable. As outside consultants, we often have the advantage of

    June 14, 2020
  • Coal VS Diamond Sales Leads

    https://www.collinsdictionary.com/dictionary/english/coal-miner

    May 19, 2020
  • How Manufacturing Executives Should Effectively Communicate During a Crisis

    The days of “no comment,” communication, and lack of transparency rarely work very long for any executive today. Today, employees, suppliers, and / or local communities via social media put manufacturers in the spotlight with negative news. Before a crisis gets out of hand, I suggest you sit down with 2-3 vital team members and

    April 6, 2020
  • What to Think About When Opening a New Tab

            Jakob’s law of UX states Users spend most of their time on other sites. This means that users prefer your site to work the same way as all the other sites they already know. You’ll want to seem as familiar to your user as you can.             

    August 27, 2019
  • Alligators won the marketing game last week

    I was at the Southern Builders show last week at the Gaylord Palms Convention Center in Orlando. I saw lots of good products, met with some interesting people and saw some decent marketing materials. But as a marketer, what ended up impressing me the most was the alligators and turtles in the center atrium.  Again

    August 12, 2019
  • Discussion on Authenticity

    As the authors below indicate authenticity is a common topic among CEO’s, Other Executive and Marketing teams. I really like this statement from the authors in the article below as a way to really get to the real issue of authenticity for your company: “Managers should consider these patterns as they attempt to appeal to

    August 9, 2019
  • AI Robots Are Solving Banks’ Very Expensive Research Problem

    Banks can’t always afford to put analysts on the ground in developing nations—about the only places where investors can get yield right now. As lawmakers in Brasilia debated a controversial pension overhaul for months, a robot more than 5,000 miles away in London kept a close eye on all 513 of them. The algorithm, designed

    August 6, 2019
  • Model-maker continually adopts new additive manufacturing technologies to meet market demands

    Aerosport Modeling “pumps up” its 3D printing capabilities to meet market demands. This one-fifth-scale model of the Glickenhaus 004S racecar was made on Aerosport Modeling and Design’s UnionTech SLA and HP MJF 3D printer. To achieve long-term success in business requires a company to adapt to change, often by adopting technologies that facilitate that change. Aerosport

    July 28, 2019
  • Why some small to medium sized industrial marketing efforts fail and others don’t…

    Most large industrial companies always have a decent marketing budget and make it a priority because they know they need it to remain a trustworthy competitor in the long run. But, I keep noticing a pattern that happens over and over in the marketing efforts of small to midsize companies. Out of the blue, these

    September 21, 2020
  • NSG Consulting: Named Top 19 Advertising Company in Orlando

    We are honored to be named in the top 19 best advertising companies in Orlando. It’s not as simple as it once was getting in front of your customers face to grab their attention. With the advancement in technology and the new ways it’s implemented, the days of print, radio, and outdoor signs have been

    September 11, 2020

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