Tech50+

Mar. 7, 2016

Our Bay Area trip was fun and informative. As usual, AEs and SAEs struggle to reach reporters who are overworked, arrogant or both. In one particularly heartbreaking story, a senior PR pro (and a fine person, in our view) told us of approaching a well-known reporter at an event, only to see him spot her, turn his back and walk away. There is no excuse for this.

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