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Marketlauncherteam member
Vice President of Business Development
Lake Oswego, OR
“Sales are not driven solely by executing numbers, but more so by executing strategic plans, monitoring performance and being agile to shift accordingly to drive positive results.“
Work Experience
Joined ML in March 2009
Career Began in 1990
Bachelor of Science (Journalism with minor in Marketing) from Texas A&M University
ML Achiever: Dyan Klein, Vice President of Business Development
ML Achiever: Dyan Klein, Vice President of Business Development
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About Dyan Klein

Dyan leads our business development team and is responsible for our FANS (Former Account, New Success) program and strategic partners. Before that role, she was a member of ML’s client service team and led our European business development initiatives when she lived in Germany for almost eight years. She is committed to continuous improvement and driving ML’s new business activity. Under her leadership, our new business strategy has steadily improved. In 2018 (her first year in the role), our new business pipeline grew 40% over the previous year, and there has been steady growth ever since. 

Dyan is highly skilled at relationship management and adept with consultative selling, client relationship management, campaign strategy, and execution. She is very active in her community, volunteering as a Grade Level Advisor and Board Member with the National Charity League and Alois Society Member with the Alzheimer’s Association of Oregon and SW Washington.  

Dyan loves hiking, biking, and walking throughout the Pacific Northwest region, swimming, playing golf, and following several Peloton instructors. She is the proud mother of two and an avid cook who enjoys tasting Oregon’s Pinots. 


“MarketLauncher has allowed me to advance my career from sales to client services to business development, helping the firm grow while maintaining a healthy family/work balance. The clients we serve have allowed me to constantly sharpen my business acumen across many different industries.”
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Blog Posts by Dyan Klein

What To Do If You’re Behind On Your Sales Goals
When it comes to achieving your sales goals, you should be thinking 8 months to 1 year ahead. Here are a few tips if you're behind on your sales goals.
Meeting Sales Goals: Time to Evaluate Your Mid-Year Progress
Summer is the best time to ramp up your efforts to lay the groundwork for a strong Q4. Get back on track and blow your sales goals out of the water.