Thought Leader Series: Tim Berry, President of Palo Alto Software

Tim BerryTim Berry is president and founder of Palo Alto Software, founder of, and a co-founder of Borland International. He teaches starting a business at the University of Oregon. He is author of books and software including Business Plan Pro, published by Palo Alto Software, and The Plan-As-You-Go Business Plan, published by Entrepreneur Press which comes highly recommended by, The Wall Street Journal, Guy Kawasaki, Forbes and BusinessWeek. And this is just the beginning…

His main blog in Planning Startups Stories; he also does Up and Running at, and appears on several other blogs including Planning Demystified at, and on Small Business Trends, Huffington Post, and Business in General.

Tomorrow at 1 p.m. eastern Tim Berry will teach us How to Map Out a Successful Marketing Plan at the Thought Leader Series. He will dig deep into the ideas of planning-as-you-go, the importance of a marketing plan, how you can grow your business, which marketing channels are right for you and much more. In short, you will walk away with a greater understanding of how the marketing plan plays a role in the big picture and how you can implement it today.

Tim Berry is no doubt a true authority on this matter. He has experienced startups and small business from multiple views. He landed investment from a Palo Alto venture capital firm and bought them back from zero to 40 employees. He has consulted with venture capitalists on software startups, startups on bringing in venture capital, and angel investors, and business loans, and friends and family.

Please join us for this special interview with a true marketing planning expert and authority.
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Thought Leader Series: Tim Berry, President of Palo Alto Software

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