Pragmatic Marketing Surpasses 45,000 Seminar Attendees Trained

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Following another record year, industry leader continues strong growth in attendance at product management and marketing training seminars

Pragmatic Marketing reached a milestone this month when Brian Saltzman, Senior Manager for a Seattle-based technology company became the 45,000th person to attend one of Pragmatic Marketing's product management and marketing seminars.

Brian leads a team of product managers and account managers and attended the Practical Product Management seminar in Seattle, WA. Said Brian, "I was looking for a strategic framework that could be used by my team. A colleague had attended Pragmatic Marketing training previously and recommended this seminar. I am definitely looking forward to implementing the principles I learned here this week."

Pragmatic Marketing training is recognized as the standard for the technology industry and regularly seen as a requirement for hiring in product management and marketing positions at many of today's leading companies.

Craig Stull, Founder and CEO of Pragmatic Marketing said, "The demand for our training and consulting services continues to increase, both domestically and internationally, driving our exceptional growth. We also see many of the more than 3,000 organizations we work with standardize on the Pragmatic Marketing Framework and send all of their product management and marketing teams to training."

As the 45,000th attendee, Brian was presented with a portable GPS unit by the seminar instructor, Stacey Weber.

About Pragmatic Marketing
Twice recognized as one of America's fastest growing private companies by Inc. Magazine, Pragmatic Marketing provides training seminars, onsite workshops, consulting services, and an online community for technology product managers, marketers and executives. Over 45,000 people at more than 3,000 companies world-wide have been trained using the Pragmatic Marketing Framework, a practical, market-driven approach to creating and launching technology products.


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