***PUB TALK: THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 2001 "INCLUSION: VIRTUAL WORKPLACES
WITH VIRTUALLY NO LIMITS"
By Mr. Martie Nielson, President and CEO, Inclusion Inc.
Open to the public. 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. Pub Talk at 6:00 p.m.
Martie Nielson's Pub talk will focus on how Inclusion can provide
companies with simple to use, easy to manage services which integrate
completely with a company's communications infrastructure. Regardless
of the chosen forms of communication, Inclusion Workplaces and Marketplaces
will be designed to support the most demanded forms of communication
- powerfully and intuitively. Come learn how your company can gain
knowledge by harnessing the Internet to bring people together.
Click here for Mr. Nielsen's presentation
in PDF format.
( Adobe Acrobat Reader is needed to view this document).
ABOUT MARTIE NIELSON
A business builder for over 25 years, Mr. Nielson was founder
and CEO of UK-based NJS International, a mergers and acquisition
company. Over 3 years, he drove the growth of client Corporate Express
(Europe) from a start-up to a $450M subsidiary. In 1998 he founded
Scandinavian Corporate Suppliers, with venture and debt funding,
and grew it to become a very profitable, pre-IPO B2B company with
$150 M in sales. As founder and CEO of The Business Superstore,
Mr. Nielson built an office supply & computer superstore/telesales
company with private financing, grew it to $15 million in sales
and merged it with the largest chain in Europe. Prior to that Martin
was a founding executive and Vice President of venture backed Businessland,
Inc., a computer & networking reseller that he helped grow to $1.5
Billion and a NYSE listing. An executive with the Gap for 9 years,
he helped build one of the world's premiere retailers from only
a few stores to a $billion NYSE company. Martin is a graduate of
San Jose State University and attended San Francisco State University's
graduate school of business, with concentration on operations research.
Founded in 1997, Inclusion's (http://www.inclusion.net)
mission is to "Revolutionize work through collaboration". Inclusion's
founders, executives and board members have extensive startup experience.
They have been associated with Software Publishing, Yahoo, the Gap,
Businessland, Apple, CATS, America Online, Intel, Symantec, McKinsey,
Corporate Express, and Proctor & Gamble.