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Meet Brian Nielson

Meet Brian Nielson - Founder and Chief Executive Officer @ Kern + Bellows

Brian Nielson is the Chief Executive Officer of Kern + Bellows, a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) specializing in an array of creative services, dynamic staffing solutions, technology expertise, and strategic consulting for clients in commercial and government sectors.

With over 20+ years of experience in marketing and brand strategy, Brian Nielson brings a diverse leadership skill set to founding and leading Kern + Bellows.

Brian’s multi-faceted journey demonstrates his ability to lead and manage campaigns in different media platforms.

By combining his marketing and military medicine backgrounds, Brian is able to position himself to excel in marketing strategy and branding initiatives.

At Kern + Bellows, Brian and his team help clients recruit and speak to their key audience and demographic. As a Navy Veteran and proud SDVOSB, Brian believes in encouraging his team to think critically about problems and come up with solutions on their own.

Check out Brian Nielson's thoughts!

When it comes to understanding customer needs, Brian shares:

"Really, it comes down to listening to the client. It's up to us to find what our client is selling and the right person to sell it to, and then bring us together using visuals."

He also shares about he approaches problem-solving:

"We really need to unpack all that data and history and then understand and then push forward. That's always the best way that I think we can do it."

Brian also briefly explains his leadership style:

"It's up to me to make sure that the proper goal is captured and attained. But it's also my goal to make sure everybody is heard."

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