Friday, July 24, 2009
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Thanks to all of the sponsors and advertisers, who allow us to keep you updated on Southern California's high tech news and companies. They include:
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Cox Communications - Orange County - Looking for Product Marketing Manager. Cox Communications - Orange County was recently ranked 2nd amongst Employers Group's, "California's Best Places to Work - 2008" in the Large Companies category. We are seeking a Product Marketing Manager, who plans, develops, and implements marketing programs designed to increase product penetration of commercial customers. To apply, go to http://www.cox.com/coxcareer
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MOTM : Making Money through Enjoyment - Come get inspired with entrepreneur Aaron Ross at our next meeting, on July 28th in Westlake Village. A Stanford alum, Aaron wrote the book on sales 2.0. While Senior Director of Corporate Development & Acquisitions at Salesforce.com, he grew the B2B sales division to $100M. He'll give us insight on how he did it.
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