A marketing executive in Los Angeles, Jeremy Bendat has served with CorpInfo, Inc., in various capacities since 2008. As Director of Marketing since July 2010, he manages the firm’s diverse e-mail, telemarketing, and Google AdWords campaigns. Jeremy Bendat has also planned and hosted dozens of webinar and seminar events for enterprise and small- to medium-sized business clients. He has authored several case studies about the company’s successful projects with various clients. Responsible for generating business leads for the company, Mr. Bendat oversees a $200,000 marketing budget.
Jeremy Bendat earned his Bachelor of Arts in Political Economics at Tulane University in New Orleans with concentrations in economics, law, and policy. He completed a five-month internship with the New Orleans City Attorney’s Office in 2007, researching the effects of Hurricane Katrina on properties in areas that sustained extensive damage. He also helped to develop strategies for revitalizing economically depressed neighborhoods through the commercial use of abandoned properties.
Prior to starting his role with CorpInfo, Jeremy Bendat undertook a summer internship with American Realty Advisors in Glendale, California. He created abstracts of loan documents representing 22 recent property acquisitions valued at $400 million. He also analyzed multifamily residential real estate and designed a template to standardize the comparison of target properties with comparable buildings on the market.
Joining CorpInfo as an Account Manager in 2008, Jeremy Bendat managed a client base comprised of more than 20 discrete information technology infrastructures. He facilitated the scheduling of orders and engineers and provided detailed, research-based best practices for each client. Taking on the role of account executive in 2009, Mr. Bendat helped to develop marketing strategies and campaigns.
Committed to serving his community, Jeremy Bendat supports a number of nonprofit organizations, including Habitat for Humanity International and Make It Right, a group dedicated to rebuilding the Lower 9th Ward, the area of New Orleans most devastated by Hurricane Katrina.
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