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Mark Breedveld

Mark Breedveld, MBA

Associate Professor

School of Business

Abbotsford campus, C2441

Phone: 604-864-4694

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Mark Breedveld joined the University of the Fraser Valley in 2005.  He holds an MBA degree from Queen's University and a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of British Columbia.  Mark specializes in sales education within the School of Business and served as the Department Head and Interim Director of the School of Business from 2008-2011.

Mark started his career working in the management consulting division of Price Waterhouse before moving on to work in product and account management roles in the software and advertising industries.  He has also worked as an independent business consultant, focusing on marketing research, sales lead generation and advertising copy writing assignments.

In the classroom, Mark is a strong proponent of active learning.  His upper level classes typically include hands-on projects in which students learn by doing.  Most recently, his students have carried out annual membership sales campaigns for the Abbotsford Chamber of Commerce and sales careers events for UFV students.  In past semesters, his students have taken on exhibit marketing plans, customer satisfaction studies, and market assessment studies for a wide variety of Fraser Valley organizations.

Mark is a member of the BC Chapter of the American Marketing Association.


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I have a great appreciation for the professor who pushed me to get my CA designation. Isn’t it crazy how a little conversation can change your life so completely. Keith’s guidance alone has given me a lifetime of happiness and wealth. If I had gone to a larger university who knows if something like that would have ever happened. I am very proud of the route I took, but I wouldn’t have gotten there without my professors at UFV.

  • – Alex McAulay
  •    BBA Accounting, 2008

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