Passionate, energetic, and well-rounded individual interested in marketing, sales, and product/project management roles in the consumer, technology, sports, and entertainment industries.
"Of the many Student Partners I have managed over the past four years, Phillip Bach undoubtedly sets himself apart as one of the best. Perhaps the best example can be seen in campaigns focused on viral marketing. Phillip was able to generate nearly 50,000 views from around the world, wherein other MSPs drove a fraction of the amount.
He has a well-rounded understanding of technology, and has helped brand perception of Microsoft to a positive light. Because of his stellar performance, he was one of a few selected from around the world to represent the Microsoft Student Partner Program at the Worldwide Partners Conference in 2011.
More than anything, Phillip is a conscientious individual who is both humble and secure in his abilities. He has no desire to brag or show off in regards to his accomplishments, but will let his accomplishments speak in his stead. He has been an invaluable asset to the team and program."January 2010 - June 2011, Wilson managed Phillip at Microsoft
Guard/Forward in Dutch 1st Division
Book Author, Public Speaker
Developed a digital community proposal based on an evaluation of the competitive landscape and identification of consumer pain points. Iterated via multiple consumer feedback sessions resulting in a plan to evolve BrooksRunning.com's retail storefront to a complete customer experience.
Worked with partner and sales teams to roll out more efficient sales process using Salesforce which minimized steps in sales workflow progression by ~50%.
Bachelor of Science in Business (GPA: 3.5)
Implemented on-campus marketing promotions for Microsoft products, services, and technologies such as Xbox 360, Windows Phone, Office 2010, Internet Explorer and Students 2 Business. Conducted various live events, social media campaigns, key partnerships with on campus organizations, and lead generation campaigns. Served as main point of connectivity between students and Microsoft.