Edward M. Fuller


Edward M. FullerTed Fuller, founder of FULLER COMMUNICATIONS, has more than 35 years of experience consulting with Fortune 500 companies, including IBM, Microsoft, CBS, General Motors, Covidien, Johnson & Johnson, 3M, and Xerox. Before staring his own company Ted trained the Marine Corp recruiters in Quantico Va.

Articles include: "Communicating at a Higher Level", "Going Beyond the Transaction", "Building Relationships", "Achieving Superior Performance" and "The Key to Successful Selling". Ted is a frequent speaker at meetings of Fortune 500 companies and trade groups, and he has written extensively for professional journals. Presently he is a business columnist for the Portsmouth Press Herald in Portsmouth, NH. He has made numerous national radio and television guest appearances. During the 1988, 1992, and 1996 presidential campaigns, he was a commentator on more than 30 radio shows for which he analyzed presidential debates and evaluated candidate performances.

In addition to having served as a communications expert for CNBC, Ted conducts job interview skill workshops for college seniors who are about to enter the work force.

Before founding FULLER COMMUNICATIONS, Ted was vice chairman and a partner of Communispond, Inc., and served as the company's chief operating officer and director of sales and marketing. Prior to that Ted worked for Scott Paper Company, and the Episcopal Church Pension Fund. He is the President Emeritus of the New England Society of New York, a member of the Union League Club in NYC and the Wentworth By The Sea Country Club in Rye New Hampshire.

A graduate of Bowdoin College, he received his bachelor of arts degree in economics and government.

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