Seth Barnett is considered an expert on cooperative marketplace success. He regularly speaks around the world to professionals in various industries about how to engage with and adapt to changing markets and has presented many new theories on consumerism. He has appeared in numerous publications on this topic in periodicals across the US and the UK as well as several top academic journals.
Seth has been a guest instructor at Texas Christian University, Boise State University, the Florida Institute of Technology, the College of Western Idaho, and Johnson & Wales University.
He holds a bachelor of science degree in Management from Johnson & Wales University, a master’s degree in Public Administration from Walden University, a master’s degree in Legal Studies from American Public University, and is a doctoral student in Organization Development with Johnson & Wales University where his research looks at the anthropological connection to various aspects of business with intended applications for organizational development, workplace culture evolution, and change management.
Seth currently serves as the Vice President of Strategic Partnerships for AIM Smarter, LLC, the largest membership-based marketing distributor company in the U.S.
Seth is based in Philadelphia and resides in Fort Worth, Texas.