Kepler Knott

Partner

Kepler Knott provides specialized go-to-market and business development services for high-growth enterprises, primarily in the IT, Software & Professional Services spaces. Through research, strategy and award-winning marketing, communications and thought leadership programs, he helps clients acquire customers and partners, influence stakeholders, and raise capital.

His clients range from F1000 CEO’s to founders of VC-backed start up’s across a number of industries, and which typically revolve around an innovative, technology-driven product or service (“solutions”). He works with leaders to help them identify and achieve their goals, both professionally and personally.

Kepler has held senior positions at G2 Research (boutique research firm, acquired by Gartner), Equitant (European-based financial services outsourcing, acquired by IBM), and Accenture, where he worked as Director of Market & Competitive Intelligence in direct support of the firm’s CEO and Executive Committee.

His work and life experience have led him all over the world, including Afghanistan, China, Costa Rica, Ireland, Japan and Russia. For 8 years, Kepler served as a Military Intelligence Officer in the U.S. Army, rising to the rank of Captain. He focused on disaster and humanitarian relief during his military career.

Kepler received his BA from Duke University and his MA in International Studies from the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey.

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