Pragmatic Marketing Named a 2008 Comerica Bank Arizona Company to Watch

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Company Honored for Growth, Leadership, and Sustaining Competitive Advantage

Pragmatic Marketing has been named one of the 2008 Comerica Bank Arizona Companies to Watch. Fifty companies were selected for the honor out of more than three hundred nominations. Judges evaluated the companies on their capacity to grow, exceptional entrepreneurial leadership, and sustainable competitive advantage.

"More than 45,000 people at 4,000 companies have attended Pragmatic Marketing seminars and workshops and we're proud to be the standard for product management and marketing training in the technology industry," noted Craig Stull, CEO and Founder of Pragmatic Marketing. "Our growth is the result of offering a great service that solves a specific market problem - defining the roles of technology product managers and marketers."

"If you are looking for examples of companies that demonstrate business excellence and inspiring levels of growth, you need to look no further than this 2008 class of Comerica Bank Arizona Companies to Watch," shared Rick Danford, First Vice President of Small Business Banking at Comerica Bank, Arizona.

Founded in 1993, Pragmatic Marketing provides training, consulting services and an online community for technology product managers and marketers world-wide. The Company teaches a comprehensive framework for identifying market problems, building the right solution and creating effective go-to-market strategies. The Pragmatic Marketing Framework has become the standard for how technology organizations define the roles and responsibilities of their product management and marketing teams. The Company provides 200 seminars per year as well as onsite workshops, a full-service consulting team, The Pragmatic Marketer magazine with 70,000 subscribers and an active, online community for 45,000 monthly visitors. The Company trains globally to customers in Australia, Canada, England, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Singapore, South Africa, and the United States.

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