Wellness Corporate Solutions Hires Brendan Miller as Executive Vice President of Business Development

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Industry veteran has 13-plus years' experience leading consultative sales, business development, revenue generation, account management and advisory service teams.

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Wellness Corporate Solutions, LLC is pleased to announce that Brendan Miller joined the organization December 1, 2014, as Executive Vice President of Business Development. In this role, he oversees the company's business development and sales efforts.

Over the course of his extensive healthcare career, Miller has acquired extensive knowledge of the wellness, health insurance, employer, pharmaceutical, IT, and hospital industries, and earned a track record of forging strong business partnerships and generating significant revenue growth. For 13-plus years he has led consultative sales, business development, revenue generation, account management, and advisory service teams, and has represented over 1,200 health insurance companies and over 1,000 start-up to Fortune 500 healthcare employers and vendors.

Most recently Miller served as Managing Director of Sales and Business Development for Softheon, leading sales, business development, and marketing efforts. Prior to Softheon, he served as Vice President of Business Development for America's Health Insurance Plans, where he led the organization's business development and revenue generation efforts. Earlier in his career, Mr. Miller held progressive healthcare sales and business development leadership positions.

Brendan graduated from George Mason University with a BS in Business Administration and earned an MBA from the University of Wyoming. He has also completed graduate-level coursework in Public Policy at Northwestern University.

Wellness Corporate Solutions, LLC is a nationwide provider of biometric screenings and comprehensive wellness programs. Celebrating its 10th year in business, the mission of WCS is to educate, engage, and empower employees to make lasting behavior changes that improve their health and their employers' bottom line.

For more information, visit http://www.wellnesscorporatesolutions.com.

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