About Frank Sonnenberg

Frank Sonnenberg

Frank Sonnenberg has written four books and published over 300 articles. He served as the National Director of Marketing for Ernst & Young’s Management Consulting Group for over a decade and is a nationally recognized marketing expert..

Trust Across America named Frank one of America’s Top 100 Thought Leaders –– 2011, 2012 2013 and 2014. Switch and Shift named Frank one of the “Top 75 Human Business Champions” of 2014. Social Media Marketing Magazine (SMM) selected Frank as one of the top marketing authors in the world on Twitter in 2011. Frank was also nominated as one of America’s Most Influential Small Business Experts of 2012. FrankSonnenbergOnline was named, “Among the Best 21st Century Leadership Blogs.”

Frank Sonnenberg is the author of the best-selling book Marketing to Win (Harper & Row, 1990), which was translated into several languages, Managing With a Conscience (McGraw-Hill, 1994) which was selected by Industry Week as one of the top ten business books of the year, It’s the Thought that Counts (Executive Excellence 2001) and Managing with a Conscience, 2nd edition (Amazon/CreateSpace, 2012) which was named one of the Top Small Business Books of 2012.

Frank Sonnenberg has consulted extensively in strategy, sales promotion, and marketing communications. He served as the National Director of Marketing for Ernst & Young’s Management Consulting Group for over a decade.  Frank and his firm have served some of the most respected companies in the world, such as GE, Pepsico, MIT, IBM, Volvo, Minolta, KPMG, Panasonic, Hertz, Sanofi-Aventis, Cornell University, NYNEX, NYU, University of Michigan, Sharp, Henry Schein, Cap Gemini, Standard & Poor’s, MetLife, Perugina, A.T. Kearney, The Thomson Corporation, Ricoh, Steuben, Mercer, Lucent, Lenox Hill Hospital, Lipton, Linda Ellis – Poet (The Dash and Live Your Dash), Deloitte & Touche, Hudson City Savings Bank, Sheraton, The St. Regis, Wells Fargo, and PricewaterhouseCoopers.

Frank Sonnenberg has served as an expert panelist for Bottom Line Business, as the marketing columnist for The Journal of Business Strategy, and on the editorial board of The Journal of Training and Development. He has also served on several boards.