Entrepreneur and CEO of engage: BDR: Ted Dhanik

Ted Dhanik is one of the leading names in the online media industry, a strategic marketing specialist and successful entrepreneur whose education, skills and experience have led him to many prominent positions in the industry, including a five-year career at MySpace.com.

When a project comes his way, Dhanik is known for giving it his all. Before co-launching his own firm in 2007, Ted Dhanik worked at MySpace.com, where he was responsible for launching the brand in its infancy. How? He developed a combination of on- and offline campaigns while working closely with the company founders Christ DeWolfe and Tom Anderson.

But this recognized industry leader has built his career on much more than MySpace.com. As a tireless employee in all areas of business development, sales and strategic marketing, Dhanik’s career reach has been wide and long. For the past 15 years he has played an integral role in major projects and products at various companies, including LoweMyBills.com, Nextag.com, Xoriant Corporation, Atesto Technologies, and Beyond.com/Software.net. At engage: BDR, Dhanik serves as the company’s president and CEO.

Dhanik earned his B.A. in marketing from California State University Hayward. In addition to serving as president and CEO of his own company, Dhanik advises or is a member of the board of several companies, including Fighter, LottoGopher, and Schizo Pictures. Dhanik is the founding partner of engage: BDR along with COO Kurtis Rintala.

Articles about Dhanik or engage: BDR have appeared in publications such as New York Times, Yahoo! Finance, TechCrunch, TubeFilter, PR Newswire, MarketingVox, and Pando Daily. In July 2012, engage: BDR was selected as SodaHead’s digital ad agency. In May 2012, the company launched a self-service real time bidding display called First Impression, a product that received a lot of attention for being the first of its kind that focuses on the direct response advertiser.

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