Kristy A. Robinson is working at Miskas Wood Products Inc. part-time. I'm extremely excited about implementing their new Marketing, Advertising and Social Media strategies to increase company presents in the market place.
Strong project management/coordination skills with over 10 years experience. I’m very passionate about improving and implementing Marketing, Advertising and Brand awareness strategies for small businesses. (inc. project managing websites from start until launch and executing corporate social/conference events.)
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