Indy has great collaborative environments – like The Speak Easy and Verge – that cultivate imagination. I’m passionate about connecting and growing with talented and innovative people, which is why I started Converge Street – to celebrate and encourage ingenuity.
Converge Street is a place where marketers can collaborate on one another’s ingenuity. From Carmel’s downtown to Fountain Square and everywhere in between, Indy was partially created by smart, creative marketers. At Converge Street, our main purpose is to provide a place to share in one another’s marketing successes. We want to break down the walls of jealousy between Indy marketers and tell about people’s marketing successes for their clients.
Converge Street is a place where people can support Indiana (Indy) and individual (Indie) marketers by showcasing their hard work. Our mission focuses on great marketing and building the Indy community.
We’re always on the hunt to interview Indy entrepreneurs, marketers, and business owners to highlight in our publication. Are you a local marketer? Or do you know someone we should interview? We'd love to meet them and showcase them on Converge Coffee.
Sean Sullivan is the owner of Converge Street, a collaborative marketing place, and has been in sales in marketing since 2008. He's writing a few pitch decks about marketing. He was recently named a Lilly Scholar Network team lead for central Indiana and actively volunteers for the Zionsville Lion's Club.
Erik Deckers is the president of Pro Blog Service, a content marketing agency, and has been in sales and marketing since 1994. He's the co-author of Branding Yourself, and No Bullshit Social Media, and The Owned Media Doctrine. He was recently named the writer-in-residence at the Jack Kerouac House in Orlando for Spring 2016.