Brad Mehl

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Brad Mehl is president of Boundless Markets, a data-driven B2B marketing consulting firm. He has over 20 years of experience growing revenue and leading digital transformation. Before Boundless Markets, he was Vice President of Marketing and Audience Development at Penton, a $300+ million business information and marketing services company. Prior to that he was GM of ThomasNet, a $200 million provider of B2B digital and marketing services. He also led marketing at two divisions of LexisNexis, where he helped start the software division, and at CDNOW (now part of Amazon.com) where revenue grew from $6 million to $56 million under his leadership.

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