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Tuesday, May 24 • 11:30am - 12:30pm
Rapid Fire Case Study Panel: Financial Services Organizations

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In this case study panel, you will hear from Jamie Punishill--Thomson Reuters, Michel Savoie--RBC and Zena Weist--H&R Block as they discuss their successes, challenges and advice around the work they've done with the financial services brands they represent.


Speakers
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Doug Haslam

Strategist with Voce Communications, a Porter Novelli Company, providing social media consulting and development work with brands like Monster.com, Nokia and CVS Caremark. Two decades of radio, PR, marketing and social media experience and cyclist vs cancer
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Jamie Punishill

Jaime Punishill is the global head of wealth online at Thomson Reuters. In this capacity, he oversees the products and services that provide more than 500 wealth management firms with Thomson Reuters content for digital redistribution to their customers. Previously, Jaime was the head of digital strategy & social media for Citibank, where he led the company’s efforts to become the first “social bank” and one of the... Read More →
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Michel Savoie

Michel Savoie is Manager of Client Strategy at RBC Royal Bank, Canada's largest bank. His areas of responsibility include Gen Y and Social Media strategies, where he works to bring social media initiatives to market, based on a strong foundation of governance and risk management.
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Zena Weist

Zena Weist is the Director of Social Media with H&R Block. She leads an award winning social media team who has received national acclaim for integrated online marketing communication programs. In April, Time Magazine selected H&R Block's corporate Twitter account as one of their Best 140 Twitter Feeds.


Tuesday May 24, 2011 11:30am - 12:30pm
Jacob Javits Center 1A08

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