From working at some of the most respected creative agencies in NYC to managing the creative department of an innovative creative boutique, Steve Biegel creates ideas that motivate consumers to join the brand journey. He has worked on everything from Fortune 500 brands to start-ups, created content in almost every medium you can think of (and some you can't) and won numerous awards for creative excellence and effectiveness. Steve offers a honed skill set to bring transformative creative ideas to life with wit and human insight to provoke an audience to act or think differently.
Steve Biegel has worked on Fortune 500 brands, start-ups and everything in between.
Veria Living Tv Show
Hugs and Pecks
Communicating ideas to move people.
Miracle Ball Documentary Film
The Highwallers Documentary Film
Queens College Adjunct
My Thought Doodles.
Gordon Gekko, take a hike. Blake Mycoskie is here. Blake Mycoskie, the creator of TOM’S, just won the LionsHeart Award at Cannes for his brand…but he’s done much more than that. As Terry Savage, chairman of Lions Festivals, offers: “Blake’s unstoppable passion and commitment has driven him to create a brand model that has made[…]
The digital-age did not give birth to interactive advertising. Just as selfies did not introduce the world to hand-held photography. How’s that for a head-slapper? Nope, that puppy (interactive advertising) was out of the litter long before Al Gore invented the Information Super Highway. Okay, so what’s the story? Who was the first one to[…]
When a lifestyle brand is born a core following finds an interesting point of difference that’s relevant to them and identify with the brand on a personal level. This core following is small, but extremely passionate. They become instant advocates for the brand and evangelize the brand with honesty and fervor, bringing profound credibility to[…]
The inclination to disguise ourselves is more potent today than ever. Most of us build fake fortresses through social media by posting an unbelievably rosy picture of our daily life for the world to see, instead of revealing who we really are and the struggles we actually go through. We leave out the rough edges[…]
This world of ours spins faster every day. Relative time, “living time,” is now sliced up into little pieces, and fragmented into shorter and shorter moments, due to a faster pace of life and the mind-boggling rate of the exchange of information. Everything is immediate now; there is no time-lapse in communication. It’s an always-on,[…]
Let’s clarify some things here, before we expose another dirty little secret highlighting the shortcomings of the influence business. One thing to get straight is what Elephant Thinking is and what it is not. It is not a joke. It is not philosophical mumbo-jumbo highlighted by wind chimes and jasmine incense. Elephant Thinking is a[…]
Sometimes, the best way to find a solution is simply to redefine the problem. Start by looking at it inside out. A Mississippi chapter of the Ku Klux Klan decided it wanted to raise awareness for their group. They decided to “Rent-a-Highway” and put up a sign with their name on it right in the[…]
Kenneth Cole, the shoe company, created their own road to success by thinking 3-dimensionally. At the onset, Kenneth knew he was competing with hundreds of start-ups and many established and well-funded fashion brands. So, he needed to get a bang for his buck. He kicked around some ideas and decided he wanted to display his shoes[…]
Magic? Isn’t it more like mayhem? Have no doubt about it; a clash between individuals responsible for creative ideation and those concerned with strategic development can be debilitating to the brand-building process. But must it? With a dollop of sarcasm, I suggest butting heads produces a greater result. And I’ll go further: It’s out[…]
If you drive to the Hamptons this summer, you will notice the skeletons along the highway. They stand as stark reminders of a seemingly dead advertising medium – out-of-home. But, is it really dead? Or, has it merely turned? Yes, there’s a Walking Dead pun in there, we admit. But, listen up. Consumers today have an[…]