More NewsBiztravel.com Names Director of Advertising Sales

Biztravel.com Names Director of Advertising Sales

Biztravel.com , a site for frequentbusiness travelers, named Robert Cullen as director of advertising sales.

Biztravel.com, a site for frequent business travelers, named Robert Cullen as director of advertising sales.

“He brings a wealth of online advertising and sales experience to Biztravel.com, as well as proven leadership capabilities, which are essential as we expand and grow our business,” said John I. Williams Jr., president of New York-based Biztravel.com.

Cullen will be responsible for all aspects of advertising sales at Biztravel.com, including property development, creation and delivery of sponsorships, and identifying and securing new advertising partners.

For the past two years, Cullen was an account manager with WinStar Interactive, a Web property representation company . Prior to that, Cullen was a sales executive with @dventure Sales Network.

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