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New York Chapter of IAA – Presents Lauren Raguzin, Hitachi America, Ltd.- Brand Integration

NEW YORK, NY.– The New York Chapter of the International Advertising Association (IAA), will present Lauren Raguzin, Hitachi America, Ltd., as guest speaker for a discussion on brand integration at our ongoing Luncheon Series, taking place at The Princeton Club 15 West 43rd St. on Friday, January 31. 2014.

The International Advertising Association (IAA), headquartered in New York, was founded in 1938 to champion responsible marketing. The IAA, with 50 chapters around the world, is a one-of-a-kind global partnership whose members comprise of advertisers, media, agencies, public relations agencies, and academics.

The IAA is a platform for industry issues and is dedicated to protecting and advancing freedom of commercial speech, responsible advertising, consumer choice, and the education of marketing professionals. 

The IAA Luncheon series serves as a vehicle not only to educate and inform guests, but allows them an opportunity to connect with other advertising professionals on a personal level.

About Our Speaker

Lauren Raguzin is Director, Branding and Corporate Communications for Hitachi America, Ltd. (a wholly owned subsidiary of Hitachi, Ltd, $96.2 B global corporation with more than 900 companies globally.) 

Her company, Hitachi America, Ltd., serves as the regional Headquarters for the Americas. She has corporate responsibility for the Americas, which includes the United States, Canada, Mexico and Venezuela.

In her role, she has primary responsibility and serves as the primary branding and communications strategist aimed at increased brand visibility and enhanced corporate reputation for Hitachi based on integrated communications strategies.

Her background includes deep expertise in corporate branding, brand integration, advertising, social media internal and external communications, Public Relations, large scale event planning, media training and public speaking.

Tickets for the luncheon range in price from $80.00 for students to $900.00 for a Table of Ten and can be purchased in advance here.

Jill Cohen, IAA New York Chapter