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Brian Littlefield is the director of marketing for the industrial and automotive segment at UPS, a portion of the business committed to providing the latest logistics solutions to these industries.
In 1988, Littlefield began his career at UPS as a seasonal hire in the Oklahoma District. Following the completion of his undergraduate degree, and several rotations in hub operations, Brian was promoted to UPS account executive in 1991. Littlefield spent the next seven years advancing in sales roles in the Oklahoma District and Southwest region.
In 1998, Littlefield relocated to Austin, TX and accepted the role of UPS strategic account manager for Dell, where he worked with an extensive cross functional team to expand Dell’s footprint both in the U.S. and Europe. In 2000 Littlefield was promoted to Director of Enterprise accounts in Philadelphia and in 2003, he relocated to Houston, where he became the director of sales for Southeast Texas. In 2010 he took on the role of director of marketing for the UPS Gulf South District.
In early 2013, Littlefield was promoted to his current position as director of marketing for the UPS Industrial and Automotive segment, based out of Atlanta where he lives with his wife and three children. Littlefield holds a bachelors degree in Business Administration from the University of Central Oklahoma and MBA in marketing from Oklahoma City University.
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