Thank you, that is what I was thinking as well, I am in marketing and although there is alot of information on my so called "target" (employers). This specific information is unavailable but my gut feeling was pretty well exactly what you stated. I am open to opinions on the general design so far.
The design looks nice and simple, but a couple of suggestions:
1) For everything flash, include a preloader -- otherwise it looks like there's nothing there for several seconds. I was tempted to hit the back button or close the window when nothing showed up immediately.
2) The whole page needs to be bumped up -- you have to scroll down to see half the content, even though there isn't much of it. Scrolling is fine when there is plenty of content, and while some might saying designing above the fold is old-hat, it is still important. (p.s. I'm using Safari, may not be an issue in other browsers, but still needs to be considered).
3) Hide your email address in the source code ... there are way to do this unobtrusively, like using HTML comment tags, and it will save you hours of frustration sifting through spam.
4) You have the same colour for the links on the right, and the section titles on your pages. Either make the titles black, or choose a contrasting colour for the links.
5) Don't put the words "coming soon" anywhere on your site. Either have the content there, or don't mention it -- I'm specifically referring to the Word document that isn't there. Highlight what you have, not what you're missing.
Hope this helps a little
I know it was more than a couple of things, but they're all based around making your site more usable on this end.
P.S. For the sake of remaining on topic, all but the email thing are aspects of web design that do annoy me.