Collin Canright
Principal, Canright Communications

As principal of and lead writer for Canright Communications, a Chicago-based marketing communications firm, Collin helps companies connect to clients and generate leads. Over the past 25 years, Collin has written extensively about ecommerce and banking in books, articles, system documentation, and marketing materials. Collin is also an adjunct faculty member at the Wright Foundation, where he coaches emerging leaders and salespeople.

Collin is the co-author or ghostwriter of six books, including The Complete Idiot’s Guide to KabbalahPut the Win Back in Your Sales, and Electronic Data Interchange: A Guide for Health Care Institutions. He currently manages book production and marketing for the Evolating Press.

Collin served as managing editor of The Journal of Electronic Commerce and contributed sections on electronic commerce to “Bringing Health Care Online,” a report published by the Office of Technology Assessment of the United States Congress. He is a former editor of CASHFLOW magazine, where he wrote and edited articles about corporate treasury management and electronic banking, and was staff writer for EDI EXECUTIVE newsletter.

An early interest in computers as a means of delivering news led Collin to KEYCOM Electronic Publishing Co. in 1984. He worked as an overnight news editor for KEYFAX, the company’s interactive videotext service. Collin began his career in 1977, working evenings and summers as a government and environmental affairs reporter at his family’s newspaper, The Chesterton Tribune.