Barry Kinsey

Barry Kinsey

Vice President and Managing Director of Integral Partners Group (a DAPA division)

Barry Kinsey is an executive with 23 years of marketing and advertising experience, first at the major national agency, Campbell Mithun Esty and now as Vice President Marketing Services of D.A. Petersen Associates and Managing Director of The IP Group. Mr. Kinsey specializes in the development and execution of multi-million dollar strategic business, marketing and advertising plans. He has worked with paid media of all forms, from network and local television and radio to newspapers, magazines and out-of-home. His clients have included General Mills, Pillsbury, Century 21 Real Estate, International Dairy Queen and Recovery Engineering. He has also applied his marketing and advertising background to the area of public education, where he has served for ten years on the School Board of St. Anthony-New Brighton District 282. He has also served on the Joint Powers Board of the West Metro Education Project and served and chaired, the Executive Committee of the Association of Metropolitan School Districts.

Specialty Areas of Marketing and Advertising Expertise:

  • Business and strategic planning
  • Direct marketing and direct response planning and execution
  • Print and broadcast negotiations
  • Extensive new business presentation experience
  • Both large and small group presentations to audiences ranging from retail store operators to Presidents/CEOs
  • Analysis of advertising agency systems to maintain account profitability
  • Experience working with Fortune 100 companies to high tech start up companies; specialty/retail businesses to major consumer marketers
  • School Board contact with local media

Accomplishments and Awards:

  • Bronze EFIE for the successful introduction of International Dairy Queen Frozen Yogurt
  • Developed the “Buy it Better” Best Practices strategy of media planning for Pillsbury
  • Recommended and sold the first network television effort for International Dairy Queen in over 20 years, resulting in significant kids meal increases