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Silicon Valley Veteran Chris Yeh Appointed to the BrightTALK Board of Advisors

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 11/30/12 -- BrightTALK, the rapidly growing provider of webinar and video platform technologies for business professionals and their communities, announced today that Chris Yeh, Vice President of Platform at Box, was recently appointed to the BrightTALK advisory board.

Chris Yeh brings over 20 years of experience to BrightTALK. As Vice President of Platform at Box, he is responsible for platform product strategy, partner ecosystem development and third-party innovation. Chris joined Box from Yahoo!, where he was the product lead for Yahoo! Groups, Delicious and other community products as well as head of the Yahoo! Developer Network. Prior to Yahoo!, Chris was Vice President of Marketing at Tacit Software, Vice President of Management at Blue Martini Software and a principal at Mercer Management Consulting. Chris was also employee number 9999 at Oracle. He holds an MBA from the Wharton School of Business and a Bachelors of Science from the University of Michigan.

"We are thrilled to add Chris' experience and talent to the BrightTALK team," said Paul Heald, CEO of BrightTALK. "His focus on strategy and his keen understanding of how people consume and learn using new technology will be invaluable in helping us deliver on our vision to make it easier than ever for business professionals to access information, insights and inspiration."

"I am very excited to join the BrightTALK team in an advisory role," said Chris Yeh. "The BrightTALK platform plays a huge role in connecting successful professionals and their extended communities with the relevant content and engaging thought leaders shaping their industries."

About BrightTALK

BrightTALK provides webinars and videos for professionals and their communities. Every day thousands of thought leaders are actively sharing their insights, their ideas and their most up-to-date knowledge with professionals all over the globe through the webcasting technologies that BrightTALK has created.

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