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President and CEO of engage: BDR

October 31, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

Ted Dhanik is a busy business man. Since launching his own online display, video, and mobile advertising network in 2007, Dhanik has been serving as the firm’s president and CEO. And although these positions are more than full-time responsibilities, Dhanik doesn’t stop there; in fact he does more than serve as president and CEO. How much more? In short, Dhanik runs nearly four divisions of the firm, not to mention the many responsibilities he has outside of the office. Here’s a look at the roles and responsibilities of Mr. Dhanik.

Dhanik is a man of many talents. As co-founder of engage: BDR, Dhanik oversees several departments. He manages strategic marketing division, a field he has more than 14 years of experience in; he oversees the sales and business development, another area he has a lot of experience in. While at engage: BDR, Dhanik also manages client relationship management and content acquisition.

But there’s more. In addition to his responsibilities at engage: BDR, Dhanik sits on the board or advises several startup companies in the industry, including Schizo Pictures, LottoGopher, and Fighter. He is also a mentor at Start Engine.

Where did he get his start? Dhanik received a bachelor’s degree in business administration and marketing from California State University at Hayward. Soon after he earned his degree, he started working in sales. Dhanik later landed the position of director of business development at Xoriant Corporation. From there, he went on to LowerMyBills.com, a company he contributed to in major ways, including launching the firm’s home equity product.

After years of proving himself in the industry, Dhanik earned a position at MySpace.com. While there, he put his skills to use by creating a specific marketing strategy responsible for launching the firm during its infancy. After five years at MySpace.com, Dhanik launched his own company.

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