The spike in Xilinx's stock correlated to aggressive article placement in regional, business and investor publications. The PR Department worked hard that year!

"It takes 20 years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it. If you think about that, you'll do things differently." -- Warren Buffett

Passion, experience and hard work = success

Success Tips

Research
Collaborate
Listen
Plan

Work Hard
Triple-Check Your Work
Don't Give Up
Follow-Through

Treat Others with Respect
Help Others Succeed
Aim High
Prepare for the Unexpected
Celebrate Your Successes

About One Main Consulting

experience plus passion to reach main street to wall street. 

Past Consulting Clients:

Borland International, BroadWare Technologies, Digital Impact, Genpact, GotSavings, Mercury Interactive, Omron (Software Division), Quantum Corp., and Wingra Technologies. 


Non-Profit Experience:
PR for State, National and Local Political Campaigns, Widen I-77.Org, TollFreeNC.Org, P3Times.Com, River Run Community.

 

Previous Employers:

  • Borland International (Producer of software products such as: C++, dBASE, Quattro Pro, Paradox, Delphi). PR product manager for several product lines and served as Director of Corporate Communications reporting to the company CEO.


  • Xilinx Corporation (Industry leader in programmable computer chips.) PR manager in 1994-1995 overseeing corporate and product communications. Company stock went from low twenties to over 100 points in concert with publicity of the company's strong financial health in the Wall Street Journal, BusinessWeek, San Jose Business Journal, CNBC, San Jose Mercury News, Forbes and local trade publications. 

  • Blanc & Otus Public Relations (PR Agency based in San Francisco). Account manager with clients such as IBM, Sybase, and several startups.