NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Kite Hill PR, an award-winning agile tech PR agency, announced expanded initiatives including new additions to both its leadership and client rosters, and augmented client solutions. Joining Kite Hill’s leadership team is veteran communications professional Jeanne Meyer, who has been appointed Chief Client Officer, reporting to the firm’s Founder and CEO Tiffany Guarnaccia. In this new role, Meyer is spearheading client strategy and the firm’s expansion into performance-driven content marketing, social media and virtual event production.
“Jeanne brings keen strategic and creative leadership, a respected global network, a growth mindset and specific expertise that has immediately inspired our team and added value across our growing roster of clients,” said Guarnaccia. “I’m excited to have her energy, drive and vision on our team as we deliver even more business-building outcomes for Kite Hill’s clients.”
“A secret to Kite Hill’s success -- and the success of our clients -- is that Tiffany brilliantly employed the same agile, high performing and collaborative approach and workflow at Kite Hill that the world’s most transformative businesses use. Kite Hill’s agile, nimble culture has served clients extremely well in this disruptive economic and social climate,” said Meyer. “It’s a thrill to work with Tiffany and an exceptionally talented team to continue delivering win after win for Kite Hill’s gold standard client roster.”
Meyer brings to Kite Hill decades of experience leading marketing and communications teams for global brands, including Martha Stewart, Current TV and EMI Music, as well as acting as a C-suite advisor for a range of fast growth and established brands through her own consulting company, with clientele in industries spanning media and advertising to enterprise technology, Fintech and venture capital. Prior to that, Meyer was Senior Vice President of Marketing and Communications at Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia and served as Executive Vice President, Corporate Communications for Current TV, the cable and digital network founded by Vice President Al Gore. From 2002 to 2010, Meyer was Senior Vice President, Corporate Communications for the Americas at global music company EMI Group. Before that, she was Vice President, Communications at ToysRUs.com and led marketing at Internet TV start up Pseudo Programs. She held senior posts at leading agencies Robinson Lerer Montgomery (now Finsbury), DKC and Dorf & Stanton, and established the environmental affairs function at Lever Brothers Company.
Kite Hill’s award-winning approach to PR and its proprietary PR Sprint Workflow™ continue to drive growth for top global brands in the media and advertising technology sectors. In addition, after consecutive years of growth, the agency has continued its expansion in 2020, building its roster beyond its established practice to include enterprise, cloud, retail and health technology clientele.
The firm is also growing its service offerings from its core earned media, thought leadership and content marketing practice to include more in-depth social media and virtual event production capabilities. This year the firm produced the 7th annual Communications Week, the cross-industry event for public relations, marketing and media professionals founded by Guarnaccia, as a free and virtual event.
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About Kite Hill PR
Based in New York City with an office in London, Kite Hill PR is a leading agile tech PR agency specializing in the media, advertising and tech sectors. Spanning well beyond traditional PR, the agency offers three service divisions. The Kite Hill Content Studio delivers custom content creation from social media to research reports and data-centric white papers. The company’s events division, Kite Hill Experiences, creates stand-out events such as roundtables and corporate conferences. Kite Hill PR has been recognized as one of the “Top Specialist PR Agencies” by the New York Observer and a “Top Place to Work in PR” by PR News. The agency is also the driving force behind the global industry-leading conference, Communications Week.