Kevin Sangsland named as board’s communications director to promote organization’s mission and business growth initiatives for existing and prospective partners
“We are excited for Kevin and his opportunity to continue to contribute to the Microsoft community through his new position on the IAMCP board,” said Airfoil President Janet Tyler. “Understanding the Microsoft partner community has been a key component in our overall success working with Microsoft for nearly 10 years. It’s fantastic to have another avenue to support this important group.”
About Airfoil Public Relations, Inc. (http://www.airfoilpr.com)
Airfoil, with offices in Detroit and Mountain View, Calif., is an independent firm specializing in marketing communications and public relations for both emerging and established brands. Airfoil Industry Leadership Groups serve a growing client roster in consumer, enterprise, health care, industrial, green and Microsoft technology segments. The agency’s Client Solutions Group provides depth of experience to inform and accelerate clients’ marketing communications, digital and social media, and brand strategy programs. Airfoil has been named 2008 Technology Agency of the Year by the Holmes Report and recognized as a top firm in numerous industry rankings. For more information about Airfoil Public Relations, please call 866.AIR.FOIL.
About IAMCP (www.iamcp.org)
IAMCP is a professional association of Microsoft Certified Partners, Dynamics or Registered Partners that are organized in local or regional chapters worldwide. Formed in 1994, IAMCP provides members with information, education and events aimed at helping broaden their base of local business opportunities. The non-profit organization is operated by an annually elected board of directors, and is funded through membership fees and sponsor grants. To date, IAMCP has 5,700 members spread throughout more than 40 different countries, including 40 chapters in the United States. For more information, visit www.iamcp.org.
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Katie Trautmann, Airfoil Public Relations