An experienced researcher and editor who is an alumna of New York University, St. Stephen's College, University of Delhi, and Miranda House, University of Delhi.
MBA with 17 years of experience in business consulting for various industries like Industrial B2B, Healthcare, Consumer, Automotive, Financial, IT and ITES etc. Involved in business development and sales activities generating new business, key account management and relationship management
A journalist for over a decade, interacting with business leaders and leveraging their domain knowledge to put together engaging stories is what excites Sangeeta the most. At Quartz India, her focus is on exploring what companies are up to, dig deeper into their product and service strategy to know how they are breaking through the clutter. She has previously worked with Business Standard, India Infrastructure Publishing, InfralineEnergy, afaqs! Apart from writing, she enjoys reading fiction, non-fiction or just plain news. Tuning into old Hindi melodies is another passion.
John Glenday is responsible for compiling The Drum's daily morning bulletin and ensuring that overnight breaking news is covered while you're still brushing your teeth. Can also make a mean cup of tea.
Editor and writer of management reports and business to business newsletters, covering digital, cable and satellite television; following digital switchover, HDTV and online TV
We’re an ambitious global agency delivering PR, customer and internal communications campaigns for b2b technology businesses. A top 15 PR Week agency with 20% year-on-year growth, we’re successful because we focus top talent into knowledgeable, industry-specialist teams. And because we deliver quality work – creating one brand story and experience, in one tone of voice
Martin Swant is a technology writer for Adweek. He specializes in covering technology, social platforms, ad tech, and digital marketing trends
A recent graduate from Harvard College with a degree in Environmental Science and Public Policy, I am looking to use my knowledge of and passion for energy and sustainability to write about innovators in those fields. Having spent the last four years covering Cambridge for The Harvard Crimson, I have a soft spot for Boston-area startups. I hail from suburban western Massachusetts but have a love for metropolitan life. I previously wrote for Money, The New London Day, and The Hartford Courant.
Roy W. Urrico specializes in articles about financial technology and services for Credit Union Times, as well as ghostwriting, copywriting, and case studies. Also: writer/editor of a semi-annual newsletter for Association for Financial Technology since 1997 and history projects funded by the U.S Interior Department, National Park Service and Warren County (N.Y.)
Specialties: SEO / Internet Marketing ♦ Staff Development & Servant Leadership ♦ Performance Improvement ♦ Entrepreneur ♦ Customer Retention ♦ Real Estate ♦ Web Design ♦ Strategic Planning ♦ Business Consulting Services ♦ Retail & E-Commerce
Dom Nicastro is a Boston-based staff reporter at CMSWire. The former editor-in-chief of a daily newspaper, he reports on a wide range of topics, including social business, digital asset management, customer experience management and web CMS
I'm the marketing manager at VBOUT, a marketing management platform. I've been in the marketing automation field for 6 years. I've started in social media management for different brick and mortar stores, email marketing and analytics measurement. After few years, I've become involved in content development and distribution
I am a creative, conscientious and bold digital marketer, well versed in social media and inbound marketing strategies. — In my current role, I manage a massive social media and digital marketing community on Social Media Today. My job is to build relationships with digital marketers, publish and share their expert-advice, stimulate valuable conversations on social and ultimately create a web of connections that our community can rely on for professional growth and guidance.
Rob Nikolewski is the energy reporter for The San Diego Union-Tribune. A holder of master’s degrees in journalism from Northwestern University and public administration from the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University, Nikolewski covered politics and energy in Santa Fe, New Mexico before joining the U-T staff in February 2016. Earlier in his career, Nikolewski worked as a television sports anchor in such markets as New York City, Boston, Pittsburgh and Phoenix, winning three regional Emmy awards. He lives in San Diego with his adorable golden retriever, Honey
Vail Daily Business Editor Scott Miller arrived in the Vail Valley in early 1990 to take a reporter’s position at The Vail Trail. Since then, Scott has worked in both print and radio, and for newspapers at either end of the Vail Valley
Talented and passionate marketing expert with extensive experience in all aspects of strategic and integrated marketing solutions. Versed in many channels of marketing: online (web, search, email, social and analytics), ecommerce, advertising (print, radio, online), direct marketing and event management. Experienced and successful in developing and executing marketing programs to optimize and improve conversion and retention rates. Charismatic, results-oriented Sr. Marketing Manager confident in juggling multiple projects simultaneously, thrives under pressure and tight deadlines and has the integrity and appetite to succeed
Nat Levy is a staff reporter at Geekwire covering a variety of technology topics, including Microsoft, Amazon, tech startups, and the intersection of technology with real estate, courts and government.
Digital Editor at Internet Retailer. For nerdy shenanigans
Experienced business reporter and digital editor with a record of success breaking news stories, developing leads, interviewing political and business figures, assigning stories, producing content, and editing others’ stories. Respected for ability to leverage relationships with sources to deliver relevant content and timely market information to help businesses grow, and inform audience of local issues and opportunities.
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