About Astute Marketing & J. Chandler Hall

J. Chandler Hall is a partner at Astute Marketing, LLC. Chandler has been performing or managing all aspects of marketing and product management since 1988 for firms ranging from start-ups to a Fortune 1000 company. He is also on the Board of Directors of Emergency CallWorx, a Web2.0/VoIP, Next Generation 9-1-1 startup.

Most recently, Chandler co-founded three companies, all of which were sold within three years of creation for positive capital gains to all investors and shareholders. He wrote the business plan & marketing plans for each one. Most recently, Chandler co-founded three companies, all of which were sold within three years of creation for positive capital gains to all investors and shareholders. He wrote the business plan & marketing plans for each one.

In 2003, Chandler co-founded Arxceo, a network security company that was acquired by Japan Communications Inc for ~$10M in early 2006. Chandler was previously a co-founder and Vice President of Marketing for 2C Computing, incorporated in 2000 and sold for $23M in late 2002 to Avocent.

Chandler began his career in 1983 at Intergraph, a computer graphics company. Chandler managed a variety of departments in support, pre-sales and marketing before being named Director of Marketing, Server Division, in 1996. Two years later, Chandler was named Director of Marketing for Intense3D, a new professional 3D video graphics division. Chandler authored their business plan and was instrumental in preparing the division to be purchased by Creative Labs for $50M.

Chandler holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration & Computer Science from Jacksonville State University.

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