Charlie Abrahams is a recognized and energetic executive with an established record of creating a strong European presence for leading global technology companies. His experience includes re-building and running the EMEA organization for Network General Corporation after its divesture from Network Associates, during which he grew the organization’s revenue significantly. Previously, he was hired by Plumtree Software (later acquired by BEA) to create the European business from scratch, signing on Global 100 customers and adding consulting services. Abraham’s prior experience also includes executive positions at Amdahl Corporation, IBM and Burroughs Machines. Based in London, Abrahams has a Master’s degree with honours in economics and sociology from Cambridge University and held a scholarship to King Edward’s School in Birmingham.
Nagaraju Bandaru is a seasoned leader in the high-tech industry with more than two decades of experience building innovative and creative cultures and leading high-performance product development teams to successfully deliver world-class, competitive products to the marketplace. Prior to MarkMonitor, Nagaraju served in various leadership roles at Intuit, including Vice President of Customer Care and Sales and, most recently, as the Vice President of Product Development. Previous to that, he was the Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer for BooRah, Inc., a search company that provides recommendations and reputation tracking services, which was acquired by Intuit in 2009. Nagaraju is a patent owner for several inventions and holds a Master of Science in Computer Science from the University of Hyderabad, India.
Deb Giddings comes to MarkMonitor from CompuMark, our Trademarks business at Clarivate Analytics, where she spent the last 10 years. During her career at CompuMark, Deb has held roles in product management, global service, content strategy and most recently as the Head of Global Operations. Prior to CompuMark, she worked at Digitas, Inc. where she served in a program and operational consulting capacity for several large Fortune 100 companies, such as American Express, AT&T, General Motors, amongst others.
For more than 15 years, Statton has provided companies with strategic business advice and guidance on Internet policy, domain name strategy, compliance, and brand protection. As former general counsel and officer of several public, private, and non-profit corporations in the Internet industry including Network Solutions, Enom, Rightside, NameJet, and Name.com, Statton has led teams that have developed tactics, policies, procedures, and industry best practices to tackle several forms of abusive online behavior including consumer fraud, dissemination of counterfeit goods, illegal pharmacies, and trademark infringement. Statton holds a BA in Government from the University of Virginia and a JD from the University of Maine School of Law.
Chrissie is a highly experienced strategic marketer with a strong focus in the business intelligence, brand protection and domain sector. As the head of marketing for MarkMonitor, Chrissie is responsible for strategy & direction, lead generation, communications and PR. Over the last decade, Chrissie has been key in developing the MarkMonitor brand and through her career she has been responsible for marketing leadership at major technology businesses such as Information Builders. She holds a degree in Marketing and Business Administration from Hertfordshire University and a Post Graduate degree in Strategic Management from Hertfordshire Business School.
Kyle is a technology strategist, marketing leader and business operations executive with extensive experience leading teams, driving growth initiatives and taking products to market. He has a proven track record in building businesses and executing growth strategies with laser focus on market disruption and customer satisfaction. He is passionate about using technology, data and design to change the rules of the game.
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