1980, I formed a marketing communications consulting practice in the
San Francisco Bay Area, working with a variety of clients including
Chevron, Levi Strauss & Co., and the President's Office of the
University of California.
1994, I was recruited as the director of marketing for a start-up
Internet infrastructure developer, where I created and implemented the
marketing plan for a global alliance of ISPs and telephone companies
that grew to more than 400 members worldwide and was eventually
acquired by iPass.
1998, I returned to consulting. A partial list of direct clients
includes 1-For-All Marketing, AGT, Aicent, Ardell Group,
Burson-Marsteller, Cardiff Software, Clearpoint Agency, The Conversation Group, Eastwick Communications, ENCAD,
Equinix, Fujitsu Transactions Solutions, Kickstart Consulting, MindTouch, Nuance, Palomar
Technologies, Peregrine Systems, and Rancho Santa Fe Technology.
Through PR agencies, I
have also supported numerous indirect clients. A partial list
includes Altigen, Azul Systems, BayLogics, Bocada,
BroadLogic, Business Objects, CaseCentral, Cisco, Coghead, Dell
(Efax), Fujitsu Computer Systems, GoVideo, Groxis, IBM, Identity
ILOG, Infobright, InstallShield, Intel, Intellisync, Mark Logic,
Interactive, NeoEdge, Purisma (D&B), Netli (Akamai), OneLogin,
Percona, Protiviti, Ribbit, RSA, Seagate, Sendmail, ShoreTel,
SocialText, Strongmail, SurfControl,
Tablus, TalkPlus, Tarari, TradeBeam, Treasure Data, Ustream.tv,
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