Building a Better B2B | Brad Duea at Restaurant Revolution Technologies

In part one of my conversation with Brad Duea of Restaurant Revolution Technologies, he discussed the problems restaurants have with off-premise digital business—online takeout, delivery, and catering—and his efforts to find solutions.

In this second part of our conversation, Brad tells us what he believes is the most important quality for success in business, including the key business advice he received in college that he now passes along to his own children.

Brad Duea currently serves as CEO of Restaurant Revolution Technologies. Revolution is a SaaS company that partners with chain restaurants to grow their off-premise business. Brad has spent his career at the forefront of the digital and mobile revolution. Brad has been an integral player and leader in the digital transformations of several industries, including music, communications, retail, home entertainment and the restaurant industry.

Prior to joining Revolution, Brad was the Managing Director / General Manager, Americas-Pacific for Sonos, Inc., the inventors of multi-room wireless audio. Prior to joining Sonos, Brad was SVP, Marketing for T-Mobile USA, the “uncarrier.” Brad was the senior marketing executive responsible for all product management, including the sourcing, positioning and delivery of over $5 billion in value added services, devices and accessories.

Prior to joining T-Mobile USA, Brad served as President of Napster, Inc., the pioneer in digital music, which Best Buy, Inc. (NYSE: BBY) acquired in 2008. Prior to Napster, Brad served as VP of Worldwide Business Development and Worldwide OEM Sales for Roxio, Inc., the digital media software company with market-leading applications Creator and Toast. Prior to joining Roxio, Brad was VP of Corporate Development for PeopleSupport, Inc., a leading provider of integrated e-customer relationship management solutions, and a corporate lawyer with O’Melveny & Myers LLP.

Brad holds a B.A. from the University of California at Santa Barbara, an M.B.A. from the University of Southern California, and a J.D. from the University of San Diego School of Law.




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