SOURCE: Next Gen Interactive

August 09, 2007 14:13 ET

Next Gen Interactive Announces the Hire of Tom D'Alleva as Chief Marketing Officer

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - August 9, 2007) - In his role as Chief Marketing Officer, Tom is responsible for the development of the Next Gen Interactive portfolio of brands, as well as the company's corporate interactive marketing and advertising initiatives. With an extensive background as a global strategic marketing executive and a documented history of creating vision at companies in the Internet, telecommunications, and biotechnology industries, Tom brings a wealth of experience to his role as Chief Marketing Officer at Next Gen Interactive.

Prior to joining Next Gen Interactive, Tom was President and CEO of Spacemill Sciences Corporation, an engineering and technology firm that specialized in delivering high quality products for synchrotron, x-ray and neutron applications and services to scientific, government and business communities around the world. Prior to founding Spacemill, he was Vice President of Marketing at BulkRegister and Alabanza where he led their marketing and business development efforts.

Before his days at BulkRegister and Alabanza, Tom was the Director of Network Product Management for BellSouth Wireless Data. Tom has been quoted in numerous trade publications, including MACTECH,, and The Wall Street Journal, to name a few.

About Next Gen Interactive Corp.

In early 2007, Jason A. Santana and Clint G. Konzman founded Next Gen Interactive with a fresh perspective, a clear vision and the goal of changing the world of interactive marketing. Next Gen Interactive aims to be the industry leader in blended niche social networking and interactive multidimensional user relationships. Through their use of established marketing theory, blended social networking and a unique user experience, Next Gen Interactive is changing the way consumers receive their information.

Next Gen Interactive is privately held and currently seeking first round funding.

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