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About Pinky

Pinky Brand

Hi there. I’m Pinkard Alan Brand. My family, friends and industry associates know me as ‘Pinky’.

For nearly six years, via my consultancy, I’ve been offering the wisdom and connections of my 21+ years practicing international B2B strategy and channel development, product marketing, and global sales management to start-up and expansion stage clients, especially those desiring to enter the China market, and to those in the domain name industry.

I co-founded two information technology sector start-ups and sold them both to public companies—one to a Fortune 500 company.

These days I spend most of my time as a consultant working with cross-functional virtual teams in Europe, China and the USA.

In particular over the past five years, I’ve been navigating the complexities of establishing, growing, and maintaining a bona fide business presence in China amongst an increasing regulatory atmosphere from within China itself and external regulators.

It’s not easy. It takes tremendous patience, diplomacy and persistence, not to mention dealing with jet lag, to take two steps forward and one step back, then three steps forward, etc.

Of course this has meant traveling long-haul on a near monthly basis. It’s a necessary element of what many call “international business development.”  It’s part of what I do.

Need some help? Give me a shout.

I also take a lot of pictures and live in Austin, Texas.

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  1. Pingback: The path of the domain – Interview with Pinkard Alan “Pinky” Brand | WhoAPI blog

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