Brian Mehta

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Brian Mehta
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Occupation Chief Marketing Officer
Employer Trading Technologies
Location Chicago
Twitter @brianmehta
LinkedIn Profile
Website tradingtechnologies.com
Blog Trade Talk
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Brian Mehta is chief marketing officer at Trading Technologies. He was appointed to that position at the end of 2014. He reports directly to CEO Rick Lane.[1]

Background[edit]

Mehta joined TT from Motorola Mobility, where he served as head of North America marketing. At Motorola, he oversaw several major marketing initiatives, including a partnership with the NFL, as well as product launches for the DROID RAZR, DROID MAXX, Moto X and the Moto 360.

He was previously the director of marketing for the Midwest Region at U.S. Cellular and held finance, sales and product management positions at Alcatel and SBC/Ameritech.

Education[edit]

Mehta holds an undergraduate degree in economics from Northwestern University and an MBA from Northwestern's Kellogg Graduate School of Management.

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