Doc Kane is the communications director and founder of Roscommon, a marketing communications firm that helps clients outsource their writing needs. If it has words, we do it! His firm has the privilege of writing for some of the world’s most recognizable brands, including Abbott Labs and Aon Corporation, and a good number of small businesses making a lot of noise in their own backyards. Doc has also been heavily involved in Internet marketing since 1994, and continues to help small businesses market themselves online via web content and SEO. You can visit Roscommon online at: www.roscommon.com
Doc is also the owner of TheBaker.com
an online retail and community site dedicated to the home and professional baker and pastry-maker. A long-time baker himself, Doc grew up working in restaurants and was fortunate to work for a short time with esteemed pastry chef Adrienne Odom at Solera
in Minneapolis. TheBaker.com
donates 5% of it's profits annually to the Chicago Food Depository
Doc is a frequent guest lecturer and panelist at Loyola University
where he speaks most commonly on entrepreneurship, social media and freelance writing.
Aside from Doc's baking and writing interests, his past experience in the music industry led him to write "The Music Industry Guidebook ... A clear guide to getting a job in the music industry"
in 2006. His long-running music business advice site, MusicBusinessPage.com
has been online since 1994 dispensing entertainment career advice to thousands of aspiring music business executives.
Doc is the former Chicago IABC
finance director, former regional representative for Global Entrepreneurship Week
, and former Secretary and Marketing Director for Singapore Chicago Connection
. All "former" due to a move back East. He was also a research consultant, and featured on-camera, for Pequeno Produce
, (spelling is correct!) a Spanish production company that filmed a documentary entitled "Disney Through The Looking Glass" in Chicago.
Doc is currently residing in Pennsylvania while working on the Lou Reda Production "Vietnam in HD" for the History Channel.
Interested in great ideas, great people, great food & great music. Working on moving to Seattle this Fall.