Eduardo Conrado, Motorola
Chief Innovation Officer
Eduardo Conrado Biography
Eduardo F. Conrado is Senior Vice President of Marketing and IT at Motorola Solutions, Inc.
Previously, he served as Chief Marketing Officer and Senior Vice President of Motorola Solutions, Inc. since January 4, 2011. Mr. Conrado was responsible for global marketing, including commercial value propositions, product positioning, pricing, and the publication of systems roadmaps in cooperation with engineering division product management teams.
Mr. Conrado served as Chief Marketing Officer and Senior Vice President of Global Business & Technology Marketing at Motorola Solutions, Inc. and also served as its Vice President of Global Marketing and Portfolio Management. Mr. Conrado was responsible for the annual portfolio management cycle, including ongoing review of market dynamics, current investments and business performance to recommend adjustments in engineering investments. In addition, Mr. Conrado heads the media and industry analyst relations, and brand management and marketing communications efforts for Motorola Networks. Prior to this position, he was Senior Director, Business Operations, Marketing and Quality for Motorola Networks' network infrastructure business in the Latin American region, a position he held for three years.
Mr. Conrado has worked in multiple areas within Motorola including: Paging, Joint Ventures, Satellite Products, and Mobile Devices. He joined Motorola in 1991. He served as Vice Chair of Business Marketing Association from 2011 to July 1, 2013 and serves as its Director. He serves on the board of directors for the Association of National Advertisers (ANA) and the Business Marketing Association (BMA) and on the advisory board of Thunderbird School of Global Management. He holds bachelor's degrees in Industrial Engineering and Operations Management from Texas Tech University; an MBA from ESADE in Barcelona, Spain; and a Masters of International Management from the American Graduate School of International Management (Thunderbird).