Fairfield, Conn. - (March 5, 2014) - Competitive Technologies, Inc., (OTCQX: CTTC)(CTI), names Joel Bradus, former "Big Pharma" sales executive, U.S. division head of product sales. Mr. Bradus was appointed with the full responsibility of steering and expanding the Calmare products sales force in the United States.
Mr. Bradus spent 11 years at Schering-Plough including director level positions in institutional sales and business analysis. At Pfizer, he led quantitative analysis for the entire product line. Getting Dendrite started and profitable in this country, and 900% growth at Market Measures before being named Managing Director are just two of his accomplishments.
"Joel is the right man to grow sales," commented Competitive Technologies President & CEO Conrad Mir. "His expertise in pharmaceutical sales, product strategies and sales team building will help define CTI's product footprint in the pain management space."
Physicians interested in learning more about Calmare are encouraged to reach out to Mr. Bradus at email@example.com.
About Mr. Bradus
After a 30+ year career supporting the pharmaceutical industry, Mr. Bradus recently served as managing partner of The Concierge Inc., where he has helped grow a dozen businesses. His long record of accomplishments is split between the manufacturer and supplier sides of the industry. He spent 11 years at Schering including director level positions in institutional sales and business analysis. At Pfizer, he led quantitative analysis for the entire product line. Mr. Bradus was responsible for getting Dendrite started and profitable in this country with 900% growth at market measures before being named Managing Director are just two of Joel's accomplishments. He is frequent speaker at industry conferences and has served as adjunct faculty at the local college. Mr. Bradus is based in Spring Lake, NJ where he lives with his family.
About the Company
Competitive Technologies Inc., (CTI) is a biotechnology company developing and commercializing innovative products and technologies. CTI is the licensed distributor of the non-invasive Calmare® pain therapy medical device, which incorporates the biophysical "Scrambler Therapy"® technology developed to treat neuropathic and cancer-derived pain by Professor Giuseppe Marineo.
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