About Bill Zipp

website_about_300x300_roundSeasoned consultant and executive coach, Bill Zipp helps senior leaders and heads of sales accelerate the growth of their business and transform the organizations they serve.

Bill’s spent thousands of hours working with hundreds of executive leaders around the world, from Fortune 500 firms, like Automatic Data Processing and Cisco Systems, to mid-size companies, like Concur Technologies and Shoei Electronic Materials. The clients Bill works with usually experience dramatic revenue growth, some even doubling and tripling annual sales.

Bill’s business background is in commercial radio where he was the fastest account executive in his company to reach one million dollars in sales. As sales manager, Bill’s team nearly doubled their direct sales revenue. Eventually he became President and General Manager of the station group and led it to repeated annual growth. In 2001 Bill received national recognition from the Radio Advertising Bureau for his contribution to the field of Non-Traditional Revenue development.

Bill lives in Corvallis, Oregon, home of Oregon State University and the beloved orange and black of the Oregon State Beavers. He is married to Denise and has three adult children, Beckie, Ricky, and Renee.

Bill Zipp’s clients include:

  • Alchemy Systems
  • Automatic Data Processing
  • Bridge Builders International
  • Cedar Sinai Park
  • Cisco Systems
  • Concepts in Community Living
  • Concur Technologies
  • Country Insurance and Financial Services
  • Crop Production Services
  • Extra Mile Media, Inc.
  • Great Harvest Bread Company
  • Health Payment Systems
  • Infinity Rehab
  • Lead Like Jesus
  • LeadingAge
  • MOM Media, Inc.
  • Money Tree Software
  • MSS Engineering
  • One Call Medical
  • Oregon State University College of Business
  • Pacific Retirement Services
  • PercioStrategies
  • Samaritan Health Services
  • Shoei Electronics
  • Terwilliger Plaza
  • The Ken Blanchard Companies
  • The Little Gym
  • Tunnel Radio of America
  • WebEx Communications
  • Willamette View