Jim D’Arcangelo

Jim D’Arcangelo
Jim D’Arcangelo
Marketing Technology Executive

A leading authority on marketing technology, leadership, and team-building, Jim D’Arcangelo began his work life in the kitchen of a Boston Italian restaurant, where he spent his high school and some of his college vacations learning the business. Since then he has had a long career in small business-geared tech start-ups, like Booker, Media Metrix, and The Kelsey Group, leading the marketing organizations that drive their growth. He also spent nearly ten years at Verizon, working on their first movies-on-demand and advertising-on-demand products.

Jim was named a  2017 “Top 33 Marketing Ops Game Changers” and 2016 “Marketing Executive of the Year” and Marketo Revvie Award finalist (among their 5,000 clients) in "Marketing Executive of the Year” & "Stack Master" categories.

Co-author of 2017’s “Embrace the Machine: 111 Ways AI Will Change Your Marketing Job” with Nancy A. Shenker, Jim attended Princeton University, and earned a MS - Marketing from Johns Hopkins University, as well as an MBA from George Washington University, where he also conducted doctoral work in Organization Development.

Stories by Jim D’Arcangelo

Download, Connect & Prosper!

Many Nightclub & Bar Show attendees focus mainly on the time during the show and sometimes neglect the before and after. The Nightclub & Bar Show app - redesigned for 2017 - is the solution to tying the before, during and after together.

Stop the Fighting!

When you're managing your staff, you're really managing a diverse group of personalities. And sometimes those personalities are going to clash with one another. Here are some tips to deal with workplace conflict at your bar, nightclub or restaurant.

Augmented & Virtual Reality 101

Investors and manufacturers are pouring millions of dollars into the development of VR and AR, and spirits companies and some venues are confident that these technologies will be a new reality in traffic building, marketing, and entertainment. So, what do you think? Are virtual reality and augmented reality the future for bars and nightclubs to generate profits?