Vice President & General Manager
As Vice President and General Manager for .Com Marketing, David strategically orchestrates the day-to-day operations of the agency. He manages the team and helps clients to develop the plans they need to make their Internet marketing initiatives a success. He works with our clients every step of the way to ensure that the service they receive meets their business goals; keeping their initiatives up-to-date. From client development to conducting industry research, David maintains a highly responsive service orientation for each and every client.
With over 30 years experience in media and advertising, David is dedicated to setting high standards for client services and continuing .Com Marketing’s distinct global reputation of providing value and a high rate of return on investment for its clients.
David started his Internet career in 1999, co-founding CareerTV.com, a global Internet and social media company specializing in streaming career videos across the web, dealing with some of the most sought after employers in the world. David’s work with CareerTV.com has led him to be recognized as a video-streaming pioneer.
David’s agency and Internet footprint spans across all major markets from Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, Philadelphia, New York, Miami and Boston; servicing clients such as Raytheon, General Electric, J.P. Morgan Chase & Co., Chevron, Ford, Boston Scientific, OSRAM SYLVANIA, L’Oreal, Makers Mark, Fidelity Financial, Disney, Turner Construction, Mayo Clinic, Peace Corps, MetLife, Morgan Stanley, Deutche Bank, Lockheed Martin, PriceWaterhouseCoopers, Kraft Foods and numerous government agencies.
David holds a bachelor’s degree in Broadcasting and Journalism from the University of Louisville and from Sullivan University in Louisville, Kentucky for Business Management and Broadcast Communications from the Communications Institute.
In his spare time, David serves as vice-chairman of the City of Orlando Arts District/CityArts Factory, promoting economic development through arts and culture initiatives.
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