Cece Salomon-Lee has over 15 years experience building and implementing successful communications and marketing strategies for Fortune 500 and technology companies. She is currently the Director of Product Marketing, Lanyon Solutions, Inc.
Cece has a unique ability to translate innovative technology into cohesive and successful campaigns that cross from public relations and marketing to social media and virtual events. She has been an active participant in the emergence of the virtual events industry, originally in her roles with technology pioneers ON24 and INXPO and previously as a consultant with the Virtual Edge Institute.
Quoted in the media and industry speaker, she is a recognized expert in public relations, customer communications, executive visibility, analyst relations, social media and virtual events. She is the author of the PR Meets Marketing blog and former contributor to the Virtual Edge Institute and EXPOOnline.
About PR Meets Marketing
This blog explores the intersection between public relations and marketing, as well the impact of technologies, such as social media and virtual events, on these two disciplines. The blog has been ranked on several prominent PR lists.
If you are interested in submitting suggestions for future blog posts or would like to be a guest blogger, please leave a comment or contact me with details about the topic and how this would be of interest to PRMM readers.
Full Disclosure: Opinions, strategies and ideas expressed on this blog are my own and are not representative of my company’s, Lanyon Solutions, Inc. In the air of transparency, I will also highlight any investments, no matter how minor, I have. I currently have minor stock investment in Apple, Citibank, and GT Technologies.
Cece Salomon-Lee is director of product marketing for Lanyon Solutions, Inc. and author of PR Meets Marketing, which explores the intersection of public relations, marketing, and social media.
This blog contains Cece's personal opinions and are not representative of her company's.
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