Possessing expertise in online reputation management (ORM), software as a service (SaaS), go-to-market strategies, business to business (B2B) sales, and upper-level sales management, Brandon Calley has built successful sales teams and sustainable revenue streams. His résumé includes Fortune 500 and start-up experience. In 2011, he joined Reputation.com, a pioneer and the world leader in ORM, as Sales Director. Based in Redwood City, California, Brandon Calley manages and coaches a sales force that assists business and individual clients worldwide in need of online privacy or reputation control. At the high-tech firm, he also oversees all B2B outbound sales, devising innovative techniques to increase revenue.
At technology giant Ricoh Company, Ltd., Brandon Calley acted as an account executive. As sales manager of start-up Tell Vision Networks, he handled product incubation and also became the firm's top salesperson. In 2006, Brandon Calley accepted the position of managing director at global SaaS firm Meltwater Group in San Francisco. In this capacity, he oversaw operations, launched product lines in the United States, and managed several offices domestically and one in London. He also co-founded Meltwater Reach, a top search-engine marketing platform. For two years, the sales executive acted as a consultant for Meltwater Group as well, working on the corporate development team to strategize bringing SaaS products to market.
A supporter of Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bay Area, Brandon Calley has accumulated a lengthy history of caring for society's downtrodden through a number of organizations in San Francisco, Detroit, and Chicago, including CityTeam International in San Francisco. His areas of interest outside of exploring ORM and technology capabilities and engaging in charitable work include reading non-fiction and historical fiction and playing and listening to music. Brandon Calley also enjoys keeping up with Detroit sporting events. He received a B.S. at Oakland University in Michigan and completed executive programs at Stanford University and at the University of Oxford's Saïd Business School in Great Britain.