Danny Vicente

Global Lead - Sports, Media, and Entertainment

Global Private Sector Industries

Danny Vicente is the global marketing lead for the Sports, Media, and Entertainment industries at Cisco. He has held a diverse set of roles within Cisco, from sales, communications, partner enablement, and marketing. Prior to Cisco, Danny was a Regional VP for Premier West Bank, J.P. Morgan Chase and Washington Mutual Bank where he was responsible for regional branch sales production, community relations, brand awareness and served as a mentor for newly placed District Managers. He also owned a small business focused on financial education for children from elementary through high school graduation.

He lives in Sacramento, CA with his two children, Taylor and Paige. Danny has served as a member of Junior Achievement of Sacramento and as a local basketball coach in several youth leagues throughout the Sacramento Area.


December 15, 2016


Disruption in Insurance

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The insurance sector is being disrupted at a feverish pace. Disruptive startups never just settle for improving the current way of doing things. Instead, they focus on rapidly changing the...

October 26, 2016


Wealth Management #CiscoChat recap

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Last week I had the privilege to participate in the Wealth Management Cisco Chat with Dr. Nouriel Roubini (@Nouriel), NYU Stern economist and chairman of Roubini Macro Associates, Louis Celi (@Rthoughtlab), chief executive and founder of Roubini ThoughtLab, and Joseph Pagano (@joseph_pagano), Cisco financial services practice advisor.  The Twitter based chat stemmed from our recent […]

October 11, 2016


Disruption and Opportunity ahead for the Wealth Management Industry and the 3 things you need to know

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Live #CiscoChat October 18th – Disruption and Opportunity ahead for the Wealth Management Industry and the 3 things you need to know Keyword: #CiscoChat

There Won’t Be Sticky Notes at Cisco Live 2016

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My greatest pet peeve when I managed a branch: sticky notes. I thought they made our office/workstation cluttered and disorganized. It never failed that I’d see them on the corners of a tellers’ monitor or scattered around a bankers’ desk. As much as I disliked them I was always reminded about how they served as […]