Robert Bernstock is a management professional

Posted by Admin | August 20th, 2013

Robert Bernstock is a management professional with over twenty years of experience in corporate leadership positions. He has held senior leadership positions with a range of public and private companies in several different industries. The leadership positions he has held include: Chief Executive Officer, Chief Operating Officer, Division President, General Manager, and member of the Board of Directors.

During this twenty year timeframe, Robert Bernstock’s career has primarily been focused on consumer packaged goods corporations with headquarters in the United States. These companies (all with nationally recognized brands) include: the Campbell Soup Company, Vlasic Foods International, the Dial Corporation, and Scotts Miracle-Gro. As a senior executive with these corporations, Robert Bernstock’s responsibilities have encompassed virtually every area of business responsibility and covered: financial performance, acquisitions and divestitures, asset management, cost savings, marketing and sales, human resources, organizational design, and corporate strategy.

A key part of Robert Bernstock’s responsibilities at these packaged goods companies has been providing oversight for the launch of new and repositioned products, both domestically and internationally. During most of these years, Robert Bernstock has contributed significantly to earnings growth and increasing shareholder value..

Robert Bernstock has also been active in the information technology and telecommunications sectors during the past twenty years. He served as the Chief Executive officer of Atlas Commerce and also served on the Board of Directors. Earlier in his career, Robert Bernstock had served as the Vice President of Marketing for United Satellite Communications, Inc. In this position he was among the key leaders in the planning and launch of the first Direct Broadcast Satellite Service in the country. Bernstock also previously served as the President of the Mailing and Shipping Services Division at the U.S. Postal Service, a division responsible at that time for approximately $70 billion in sales revenue. He provided the oversight for the launch of the Priority Mail Flat Rate Box integrated marketing campaign, with the tagline “A Simpler Way to Ship”.