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3532 Haverhill Street

Tim Bresien Las Vegas, NV 89121
(818) 430-5777 mobile

Marketing Consultant I was brought into Nextivity as a consultant on the recommendation of their VP of Hardware,
Nextivity Inc. whom I had worked with at Malibu Networks. I managed the launch of their web presence,
San Diego, CA assisted with product positioning and competitive analysis, directed media outreach, developed
2008-May 2009 training materials and oversaw an analyst relations program as they moved from stealth mode to the launch of their first product. I managed trade show strategy and logistics for events in
Dubai, Barcelona and Las Vegas. As a result of my efforts, Nextivity was honored as a finalist for
‘Startup of the Year’ by EE Times.

Director of Marketing I was offered a director position with this leading RFID hardware and software vendor after
RF Code serving them as a consultant for two years. RF Code’s asset tracking technology is well
Austin, TX established in supply chain, healthcare and enterprise IT markets. I led many marketing,
(and Las Vegas, NV) communications and business development initiatives which resulted in increasing market
2006-2008 awareness of the company and attaining recognition as an industry leader. I managed lead generation campaigns aimed at Fortune 500 companies and channel partners. As a result, RF
Code technology is held in high regard by partners, customers, press and analysts. RF Code was
recognized with 8 major industry awards as a direct result of my work.

Principal Consultant Operating as infraStar, Inc., I offered marketing, sales, communications and development
infraStar, Inc. services as a consultant to select wireless, telecom, supply chain and enterprise IT companies.
infraStar Westlake Village, CA Projects included market research, public relations, sales tool development, corporate
(and Las Vegas, NV) communications, marketing, and business development. I also served as an editor for Wireless
2001-2006 Business & Technology magazine, a SYS-CON Media publication, and periodically contributed to
other trade magazines.

Marketing Manager Previously, I managed marketing and communications programs for a (pre-WiMax) broadband
Malibu Networks wireless start-up during its growth from 18 employees to 130 (from stealth mode to technology
malibu launch). Responsibilities included: public relations, drafting conference proposals and press
networks Calabasas, CA
1999-2001 releases; editing articles and white papers, developing marketing literature and maintaining
competitive intelligence files; managing trade show and financial symposia participation;
conducting trademark research and managing relationship with Washington, DC IP law firm;
generating company awareness campaigns and placing company principals in key speaking
roles at industry events.

Sr. Account Executive As the senior account executive at SUPERCOMM, the industry-leading telecommunications trade
Telecom. Industry Assn. show, I managed accounts, generated new business, reported on industry trends, contributed
SUPERCOMM content to promotional, direct mail and sales materials, made sales presentations and attended
Arlington, VA
1996-1999 competitive events. In 1999 my total sales were the most in the event’s 15-year history. In 1998 I wrote a comprehensive business plan for the Telecom Investor Forum that was adopted by
management. I managed the web design and developed the selection process for the 1999
Telecom Investor Forum.

Research Analyst Bond & Pecaro, Inc. is one of the foremost asset appraisal and financial consulting firms serving
BOND& Bond & Pecaro, Inc. the communications industry. In a research capacity for the company I determined the value
PECARO Washington, DC of tangible assets owned by broadcast, cable television, and cellular companies; managed
1989-1995 research assistants on tangible asset projects; researched industry issues and market data for client reports; and published market research projects.


Development of the Telecom Industry Bill Baker (818) 292-2234
George Washington University, Fall 1997 CEO; CopaTV
B.A., Arts & Humanities (Communications) (former CEO, Malibu Networks)
University of Maryland, May 1988
Susan Krys (202) 375-6669
CNN, Washington Bureau Director, Exposition; American College of Cardiology
Internship, Spring 1988
(former Director of Sales and Marketing, SUPERCOMM)
Seminar in British Broadcasting
University of London, Summer 1987 Vince Hancock (720) 413-1020
(former) Staff Director, Corporate Communications; Qwest
The Discovery Channel, Bethesda, MD
Internship, Spring 1987 (former PR Manager, Telecommunications Industry Association) TIA