Marc has an extensive track record -- 20+ years -- of noteworthy success in all dimensions of global PR, corporate communications, media relations and marketing, working for organizations for both Fortune businesses (i.e., Deloitte, General Motors, MCI and Ameritech) and very small startups. He has distinguished himself as an innovative thinker, a results-focused strategic leader, a good mentor, and a hands-on practitioner of the public relations craft.
Marc has worked in virtually every sector within the tech industry. He has obtained press coverage during his career in such top-tier media as The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, CNBC-TV, CNN, Financial Times, USA Today, Washington Post, Business Week/Bloomberg, Dow Jones, Barrons, National Public Radio, Forbes, Investor's Business Daily and in leading tech trade publications. As such, he has an extensive network of contacts with leading journalists and industry analysts who cover the high-tech industry, and related sectors.
On behalf of the tech industry, he has overseen national public affairs and media relations campaigns on such complex issues as online privacy, intellectual copyright and international trade. As an exceptional, polished writer, and a former speechwriter for the National Cable TV Association, Marc has had op-eds and articles published under his own name and ghostwritten in such prominent media as The New York Times, The Washington Post and USA Today, as well as in tech trade publications.Having spent most of his career in the tech industry, he's become quite skilled at distilling arcane language into compelling, succinct headlines and messaging. He's trained executives and lower-level staff alike on the fine points of good, effective corporate communications for both external and internal audiences.