- Whatcom MarketingPrincipal, 2011 - present
- Cranberry Venture Partners, LLCCMO, 2009 - 2011
- PRWebMarketing Manager, 2006 - 2008
Joe Beaulaurier is the founder of Whatcom Marketing, a marketing consultancy serving small to mid-size companies' marketing needs in the Bellingham area and one of the first to provide full-service social media management services.
Involved with online business for more than 20 years, Beaulaurier's sales experience and industry evangelism make him a recognized and respected marketing professional.
Beaulaurier's proficient knowledge of Web practices earned him featured guest spots on talk radio and a co-hosting stint on WebmasterRadio.fm's Cover Story show. His social media and social networking expertise led to contributions on DownloadSquad and The Unofficial Yahoo! Weblog.
Before founding Whatcom Marketing, Beaulaurier put his professional experience to good use with PRWeb. He established the company's programs and resources in new as well as existing markets. His prior experiences are spread throughout financial services, mainstream media publishing, technology, and Internet-based companies.
Beaulaurier enjoys empowering individuals and companies with the ability to use the latest innovations in online technology, enabling them to take their brands to bigger audiences with greater confidence.
"Build trust with your customers and they will build your business."
- Western Washington UniversityBusiness/Bachelor of Arts, 1984
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