Global Negotiation Firm Adds Program Development Expertise

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John Burdekin’s Software, Technology and Startup Expertise Tapped for Program Development Role at K&R Negotiations

John Burdekin

“John’s pedigree of success in the startup arena combines powerfully with his ability to drive operational excellence in technical and sales organizations,” said Mladen Kresic, CEO of K&R Negotiations.

K&R Negotiations announced today that John Burdekin has joined the firm as Director of Program Development. Burdekin’s responsibilities will include refining and expanding both the content and reach of K&R’s formal training and consultancy programs for the firm’s global client base, which includes Fortune 500 companies.

Burdekin most recently served as a Consulting Practice Director at Salesforce.com. He brings more than 25 years of experience in the software and technology industries, ranging from large aerospace and hardware companies to small, early stage start-ups and large enterprise software companies.

John has a Bachelors Degree in Mathematics with an emphasis in Computer Science from Humboldt State University. He and his family live in the Seattle, Washington area.

“John’s pedigree of success in the startup arena combines powerfully with his ability to drive operational excellence in technical and sales organizations,” said Mladen Kresic, CEO of K&R Negotiations. “We look forward to John’s fresh perspective on our program development efforts and know he will make a big impact on our clients' success.”

About K&R Negotiations
K&R Negotiation Associates, LLC, is a consulting firm specializing in structuring and negotiating business transactions around the world. The company is comprised of professional negotiators, sales executives, and business attorneys. K&R professionals average over 20 years of professional negotiation experience and apply a results-driven methodology to change negotiation behaviors and improve negotiating success. K&R’s clients include Fortune 200 companies such as IBM, EMC and Xerox, as well as smaller companies such as Aricent, Bristol Technology (now part of HP) and Priceline. For more information, please visit http://www.negotiators.com.

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nwarren(at)fusionmarketingpartners(dot)com

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