Hollywood, Florida (PressExposure) November 07, 2009 -- Biltmore Who's Who Onveon Education Search, Inc. Appoints Eric Meadows Director of Marketing & Business Development Tacoma, WA September 21, 2006 -- Onveon Education Search, Inc. (www.onveon.com) today announced that it will appoint Eric Meadows as its Director of Marketing & Business Development. Mr. Meadows will oversee the Company's marketing and business development division bringing more than 12 years of multi-channel and interactive marketing experience to his new role.
Mr. Meadows most recently served as Internet Director for Musician's Friend in Medford, OR, a subsidiary of Guitar Center in Westlake Village, CA which is the largest retailer of musical instruments in the United States with 284 stores. In 2005, Guitar Center had revenues of $1.8 billion. Mr. Meadows personally oversaw the development and management of the eCommerce division which generated $219.9 million in 2005 according to recent 10-K filings by Guitar Center, Inc (GTRC).
Mr. Meadows division has been recognized as one of the top 50 eCommerce sites in the world for the past 4 years by Internet Retailer Magazine, one of the Top 10 eCommerce sites for Customer Service by the eTailing Group and has been presented with 7 Silver and 3 Gold Multi-Channel Merchant awards over the past several years. Alex Rahin, Onveon President, commented on Mr. Meadows' interactive marketing background, noting, "We're very excited to have Eric join our team. He has proven himself to be an industry leader with substantial marketing and business development experience and track record of success. His management experience includes overseeing the growth and development of one of the largest and most successful eCommerce sites in the world today and his familiarity with the operations of a Fortune 1000 company will provide the necessary framework for propelling Onveon though the next phases of development.
Eric was quoted as saying, "This is a wonderful opportunity to enter a market that is on the verge of exploding. The overall percentage of schools identifying online education as a critical long-term strategy grew from 49% in 2004 to 56% in 2005 and online enrollment increased from 1.98 million in 2003 to 2.35 in 2004 according to recent statistics.
Distance learning is quickly becoming a preferred method to achieving career growth for people in rural areas as well as those who just prefer the environment of continuing their education from home. And the areas of study include everything from MBA & Business, Arts, Design & Humanities, Computers and IT, Education & Teaching, Health & Medical, Science & Technology, Social Sciences, & Trades & Careers.
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