||Nev Grove's Biography
Co-founder of 1-for-All Marketing, Nevís professional passions are Internet marketing and creating and implementing Go-to-Marketô launch plans.
Nev has spent more than 20 years in the high-tech industry, with experience in PC hardware and software, network and systems management, local area networking, security products, and Internet services and communications offerings. He has successfully launched numerous hardware, software and service offerings during his career and has held senior technical, product management and marketing positions with several of the industry's leading companies, including IBM, Symantec, Central Point, Memorex Telex, XTree, and Stac.
Nev is a past president of CEMA, the Computer & Electronics Marketing Association (now the High-Tech Marketing Alliance, HTMA), former San Diego iMarketers board member and current co-chair of the San Diego Software Industry Council's (SDSIC) Sales & Marketing Business Interest Group. He has lectured on marketing strategy and Internet marketing topics at numerous organizations including the American Electronics Association (AEA), the Direct Marketing Associations (DMA), the HTMA, the Product Development and Management Association (PDMA), the San Diego iMarketers, SCORE, the San Diego Software Industry Council, the Software Council of Southern California (SCSC), the University of California at San Diego (UCSD), and the University of San Diego (USD).
Nevís clients have included Iomega Corporation, Environmental Lights, AppSite Hosting (a division of VeriCenter), Arcadian Software, Alphablox Corp., Internet Products, Inc. (acquired by St. Bernard Software, Inc.), CB Richard Ellis|Louisville, ChatSpace LLC, Continuous Computing, Coradiant, Inc., Digital Stock Corp. (acquired by Corbis Corp.), Eset Software, iOra Ltd., St. Bernard Software, Inc., Tarari, Inc. and IPivot, Inc. (acquired by Intel Corp.).
Nev holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Industrial Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology and an MBA in International Management from the American Graduate School of International Management (Thunderbird).
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