“Steven is the ‘expert’s expert’ when it comes to marketing.”
Steven Clough is an emerging voice on behavioral economics and business. As the Founder & President of AVO, a Seattle-based consulting firm, his work focuses on business strategy, consumer insights, product development, branding, entrepreneurship, and social responsibility.
He also serves as a board member and advisor to several startups and non-profit organizations.
“Steven thinks so far outside the box, the box doesn’t exist anymore. It’s a true pleasure to work with such an incredibly innovative individual.”
Over the course of his career, Steven has published several significant pieces of research and thought leadership papers, which he has presented at conferences around the country.
He is a contributor for the Huffington Post and is currently writing a new book on cognitive biases, human behavior, and the science of decision making.
Notable works includes The Effects of Neuro-Linguistic Programming on Law Enforcement-Civilian Interactions, Is Music an Effective Treatment for Patients with Posttraumatic Stress Disorder?, The Perpetuation of Stereotypes in Hip-Hop, Understanding the Active Healthy Lifestyle and its Implications for Marketing, Types of Learning Aids and their Effects on Retention of Foreign Language Words, and How We Make Fashion Decisions.
“Steven thinks so outside the box on how we think people think that it was educational beyond anything I could have wished for.”
Steven holds degrees in Business, Psychology, and Music from the University of Washington, where he lectures in both the Michael G. Foster School of Business and the College of Engineering.
In his free time, he enjoys music, traveling, and spending time outdoors.
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