Bruce Freeman is a successful entrepreneur who has been providing marketing and public relations services to a variety of high tech and business clients since he founded ProLine Communications in 1991. Prior to the inception of ProLine, Bruce was Director of Operations for PC Magazine's product testing lab (Ziff Davis Publishing) establishing the foundation of his relationships with many members of the press. In addition, to help keep his finger on the pulse of emerging small business, Bruce serves as an adjunct professor of management and entrepreneurship at the Stillman School of Business of Seton Hall University and Kean University.
Nationally known as Professor Bruce, The Small Business Professor®, Bruce Freeman is a syndicated small business columnist for Scripps Howard News Service. His column, Ask The Small Business Professor, is distributed to over 300 newspapers in the US and Canada. In 2006, Bruce received the journalist of the year award (NJ) from the US Small Business Administration (SBA). www.smallbusinessprofessor.com. Based on his renown as Professor Bruce, he was recently selected to be small business spokesperson for Brother International.
Bruce is also a co-author of the book, Birthing the Elephant, Ten Speed Press, a division of Random House Inc. (March 2008). Bruce often hosts radio program on the Smallbiz America Radio Network. www.smallbizamerica.com/mind
Bruce has been quoted by The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg Businessweek, Reuters and US News & World Report. In addition, he has spoken at, UPenn/Wharton, National Association of Women Business Owners (Louisville KY), Spalding University, Milburn-Short Hills Chamber of Commerce and the New Jersey Association of Woman Business Owners (NJAWBO).
Mr. Freeman received his BA ('73) from Binghamton University and his MPA from Long Island University ('75).
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