Meet The QR Market inventor, Tim Burt.

Tim Burt has more than 30,000 ads to his name, which have generated over $500 million in global sales. He has created marketing campaigns and commercials for virtually every type of business. These include B2B, B2C, even a presidential campaign in Ghana (2016).

He is also the inventor of The QR Market™

Tim has collaborated with such Fortune 500 companies as:

  • Burger King
  • South African Airways
  • Toyota
  • Graybar…and many others

He has also helped thousands of small businesses around the world. His clients include:

  • a yoga studio in Canada
  • an English language class in India
  • a bra shop in Mozambique
  • an online gaming company in Johannesburg, South Africa
  • a boat restoration company in Belize
  • a medical clinic promoting a breakthrough device that reverses the effects of Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes
  • and many, many more.

Tim spent 25 years in the corporate broadcasting world, the last 16 years were with CBS Radio in St. Louis. There, he worked with countless clients, having to write commercials for everything from multi-million dollar homes, to ice cream, tires, etc. Virtually anything you can think of!

Tim is a 3-time international award-winning author, public speaker, and business marketing strategist for companies of all sizes worldwide.

Tim now runs his ad agency Tim Burt Media, which creates approximately 300 ads per year for radio, television, online, and offline platforms. He also creates jingles and even theme songs for television shows.

Presenting in Karachi, Pakistan

In 2019, Tim was invited to speak to the Pakistan Advertising Bureau for a two-day seminar on creating better commercials for radio stations.

Toronto Guinness Book of World Records

Tim was asked to speak at the Guinness Book of World Records event in Toronto in 2020. Here, he’s holding the certificate signifying he’s in the book! 

Tim in Toronto

Tim has spoken in Toronto twice. Pictured above, Tim spoke at a large business conference about marketing. The second time, Tim spoke at (and is now officially in) the Guinness Book Of World Records event.