• Communications Strategist Joins Immedia Management Inc.

    POSTED February 13, 2014

Immedia, progressive lifestyle public relations, events, and digital publishing firm recently announced the expansion of its Alberta operations and the appointment of communications strategist, Jessie P. Cayabo. 

Cayabo brings more than 10 years of experience in corporate sponsorships, public relations, events management, community relations, and senior communications to Immedia Management Inc., the inventive Vancouver-based public relations firm.

"Jessie has the spirit, gumption and smarts to tackle the spectrum of challenges inherent in our trade and to create exciting new opportunities for Immedia’s clients through partnership and innovation," said Heather Kirk, founder and president of Immedia Management Inc. "Jessie’s experience and resourcefulness fit our client needs like a glove."

Cayabo will serve Immedia’s clients in Alberta including CHARCUT Roast House, Eau Claire Distillery, Vintage Group, the Alberta Culinary Tourism Alliance, Tourism Calgary, and help support national and international initiatives for clients such as the Canadian Tourism Commission and its partnering destination marketing organizations. 

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