Athens Ramseyer Spearheads Emerging Neuromarketing Industry While Using Influential Power to Address Country’s Needs

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NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / September 30, 2020 / Athens Ramseyer’s neuromarketing agency Sciential combines neuroscience and marketing to help clients deliver their brand’s message to the buyers. He is also using the influential power of the digital psychology framing strategy to help those affected by the pandemic, human trafficking, and other social issues.

Recently, NFL Hall of Famer coach Mike Singletary made headlines for his successful effort in gaining significant support for his fight against human trafficking. On July 30, 2020, President Donald Trump met with Mike, and the former 49ers coach enamored the president. President Trump even tweeted about how great the meeting went. Not long after, the Trump administration awarded more than $35 million in grants to 73 organizations in 34 states.

The grants provide aid to survivors of human trafficking. It is not difficult to see the connection between the provision of the grants and the president’s meeting with Mike, who is the co-founder of the National Child ID Program. The more profound question is how Mike Singletary successfully won support to address one of the country’s most pressing needs. The answer, it seems, is his previous meeting with Athens Ramseyer and the impact of neuromarketing.

Athens is no stranger to the promising potential of neuromarketing in maximizing political influence to affect public good. His revolutionary synthesis of marketing and science was also instrumental in laying the foundation for Blue Flame Medical, one of America’s largest distributors of PPE supplies that assisted during the pandemic. The names of the other people involved in the effort include the aforementioned Mike Singletary, John Thomas, and Mike Gula – all power players in their respective fields.

Having studied psychology at the University of Washington and deep machine learning at Stanford, Athens applies cognitive-behavioral concepts, neuroscience, and