PETERBOROUGH, Ontario — Lindsay Broadband is happy to announce the addition of Ruth Lee as Vice President of Advertising and marketing. As the corporate continues to enlarge its customer-driven product construction of next-generation applied sciences and community answers and appears to go into a brand new length of enlargement, strategic advertising and marketing and communications will play a good better function in supporting visitor wishes.
Lee brings together with her a wealth of revel in and outstanding achievements. Maximum not too long ago as Vice President of Advertising and marketing for ATX Networks, she oversaw and led all advertising and marketing and communique methods, making plans, and execution for the worldwide operations. Over her 18 years there, Lee remodeled ATX from a small, North American logo (PCI Applied sciences) right into a market-leading, world logo revel in. All the way through that point, she additionally effectively orchestrated the rebranding of 14 other firms/manufacturers into one, cohesive ATX logo.
In the past, Lee labored at Cygnal Applied sciences/Comlink (cable, satellite tv for pc, telecom, broadcast, application sectors) as Director of Investor Family members & Advertising and marketing the place she spearheaded the Preliminary Public Providing advertising and marketing communique technique thru company investor family members projects which resulted in a 400% building up in inventory worth. Ms. Lees a success observe report additionally incorporated strategic advertising and marketing, gross sales, and product/marketplace control roles at Hubbell Canada (electric and knowledge networking sectors), and venture control at Ronalds Printing/Quebecor Global (graphic arts and printing sectors).
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