Bryan Pearson

Bryan Pearson

With more than two decades experience developing meaningful customer relationships for some of the world’s leading companies, Bryan Pearson is an internationally recognized authority on enterprise loyalty and coalition marketing. As President of LoyaltyOne, a pioneer in loyalty strategies and measured marketing, he heads six global enterprises, leveraging the knowledge of 120 million customer relationships to create relevant communications and enhanced shopper experiences.

A sought-after speaker and author, Bryan has presented in North and South America, Europe and New Zealand at such well-known events as Loyalty World, Card Forum and the Economic Club of Canada, and he is a frequent speaker at conferences hosted by the Direct Marketing Association and the Canadian Marketing Association. Bryan is a regular contributor to Retail Customer Experience, Customer Think, Creative Match and COLLOQUY. He has been widely quoted in the Globe and Mail, the Vancouver Sun, National Post and Direct Marketing News. In addition, Bryan serves as a member of the Executive Committee of Alliance Data, owner of LoyaltyOne.

Bryan joined Alliance Data (formerly The Loyalty Group) in 1992, was appointed President of the AIR MILES Reward Program (AMRP) in 1999 and of LoyaltyOne in 2006. Since then, Bryan spearheaded LoyaltyOne’s expansion into South America and the launch of AIR MILES My Planet and AIR MILES for Social Change, growing AMRP to more than 10 million accounts – two-thirds of Canadian households. In 2010, LoyaltyOne earned more than 30 awards for its role as a best employer, its green initiatives, its marketing and its human resources.

Prior to LoyaltyOne, Bryan launched his career in brand marketing at the Quaker Oats Co. of Canada, followed by a position in technology/software at Alias Research Inc.

Bryan supports a number of community and charitable groups including the Toronto French School and Kids Help Phone, and he is a Board Member of the Special Olympics Canada Foundation. He holds a BScH and an MBA from Queen’s University and is an active member of its Venture Management Program.