Richard H. (“Dick”) Corbin, Connecticut, USA
Dick has over 35 years of senior level experience in new business development, marketing management, and strategic planning, derived from both executive corporate management positions and as a noted management consultant. Formerly, Dick was a VP and Partner of Glendinning Associates, a leading US-based marketing management consultancy, and earlier on served as Senior VP of Innotech. Dick was also VP of Marketing at Helena Rubinstein Cosmetics, where he formed a corporate division to develop and implement new business opportunities and make acquisitions. In addition, Dick established the new product development division of Kayser Roth; and earlier in his career served as Project Manager for New Products at St. Regis Paper.

Dick has substantial experience in the creation, introduction and management of new products and businesses in diversified industrial and consumer product markets. Former clientele include 3M, Alliant Foodservice, American Cyanamid's Shulton Group, AT&T, BASF, Berkshire-Hathaway, Best Foods, Bongrain Foods, Bristol Myers, Central Soya, Clairol, ConAgra, Dow Chemical, Dow Corning, DuPont, Exxon, FMC, Gartner Group, General Foods, Goodyear, GTE, Honeywell, Interbrand Design, ITT Continental Kitchens, J&J, Seagram, Kraft Foods, Lever Brothers, Ocean Spray, Orion Food Systems, Owens-Corning Fiberglass, Perdue Farms, Pfizer Consumer Products, Procter & Gamble, S. C. Johnson, Revlon's Coburn Optical, Sara Lee, Scott Paper, Scripto-Tokai, Sherwin Williams, Star-Kist Foods, Tree Top, and Veryfine.

Dick earned a degree in international relations at Lehigh University; is listed in a number of the Who's Who editions; and is a frequent keynote speaker and guest lecturer on new business development programs for Business Week, Frost & Sullivan, and other global marketing organizations. Dick founded his own management consulting firm, Westport Consulting Associates, focused on marketplace issues and serves as its President. He is a US citizen and resides in Connecticut.