Meet Harlow Russell
Harlow G. Russell is a global entrepreneur with experience in a full range of industries. Harlow has been building relationships with C-Suite executives across the world for more than 30 years.
Harlow has lived and worked in Asia since 1992: 8 years in Indonesia, 14 years in Singapore and 4 years in Thailand and Vietnam. He understands cross-cultural challenges when marketing and selling between countries. He is himself an International Media Personality and MC. His specialty has been new Market Entry of Western products and services into Asia and now Asian products into the USA.
In his 30+ year career to date, Harlow has worked for global brands including Texas Instruments, Hewlett-Packard, the Gartner Group, IBM, Walton International, the US Government, ReMax International, Ringier AG and other global multi-national corporations. He has developed and executed domestic and international sales plan strategies, managed domestic and foreign sales teams and been at the heart of Sales Teams for many years. He has recruited top Sales performers, built dynamic Sales teams and overseen global business development.
His success in international business development has enabled him to deliver results in complex and challenging economies.
In early 2019, Harlow founded Awesome 3D Cards (www.Awesome3DCards.com)
The company designs and manufactures custom 3D Greeting cards for Companies and Organizations. Using Vietnamese Kirigami art form, these items are a unique and valuable way to engage your customers, prospects, suppliers, donors, investors, and more. Awesome 3D focuses on providing custom cards to businesses where “white glove” high touch relationships are critical to success. Stand out in today’s commoditized marketplace with a spectacular, amazing, custom greeting card. Wholesale only. Contact me for a free sample.
Harlow has two daughters, age 17 and 19. His older daughter is a freshman at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver. His favorite hobbies are cooking spectacular meals and driving his 1983 Datsun 280ZX Turbo show car.