Author. Advisor. Speaker.
Top go-to-market and marketing strategist Christina Del Villar advises marketing leaders on how to develop more effective strategies, build influence across the organization, and market with intent and GRIT.
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Twenty-five year Silicon Valley go-to-market and marketing strategy expert. Using a proven, time-boxed method, Christina helps B2B companies boost revenue growth by accelerating pipeline. She offers prescriptive go-to-market and marketing strategic planning and audits. Backed by real-world experience developing and managing corporate and marketing strategy, she has advised startups, SMBs, enterprises, and Fortune 500 companies.
International Marketing Speaker. Presented at conferences including South by Southwest (SXSW), Siggraph, and Growth Marketing B2B and on behalf of companies including Oracle, Autodesk, Udacity, Bill.com, and more. Covering topics such as GRIT Marketing, Crisis Communications, AI in Marketing, Go-to-Market Strategy, Marketing as a Revenue Knowledge Center, and more. She has been a speaker and moderator for hundreds of webinars across multiple industries including technology and software, financial services, ecommerce, education, media & entertainment, and more.
What people are saying about Christina
“She understands every aspect of what it takes for a go-to-market team to drive high growth”
— Sabrina Ricci, Autodesk
“What distinguishes Christina is her ability to drive business forward, empowered by data.”
— Rob McGrorty, OSARO
“When it comes to serious marketing chops and legitimate executive experience, she’s got it all.”
— Abigail Tuller, Webgility
“Diligent, smart, great at prioritizing, and getting the important things done, and easy to collaborate with.”
— Marc Theeuwes, Jabil
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