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Global Cadence PR and Social Media Marketing strategies and workshops empower technology businesses and social entrepreneurs to increase brand awareness and engagement with target audiences critical to their success. Our results-oriented strategies establish our clients as thought leaders in their sector, help attract new customers, investors, and ultimately increase their bottom line. 

Global Cadence Founder – Jackie Abramian

A multi-lingual PR, Corporate Communications, and Social Media strategist with over 25 years’ experience, Jackie Abramian has designed and implemented integrated, multi-media communication campaigns for global technology companies in the data center, networking, IoT, telecom, AgTech, EdTech, FinTech, renewable energy/utility sectors and for social enterprises, NGOs and non-profits. She has designed and implemented national public education campaigns for various U.S. federal government agencies to influence public behavior including campaigns for National Institutes of Health (Nat. Institute of Mental Health–Clinical Depression Campaign), U.S. FDA (New Food Label) and the U.S. Postal Service and such nationally recognized organizations as the American Cancer Society (Anti-Tobacco Campaign) and Solar Energy Business Association of New England (Solar Energy) among others.

A trusted media source, Abramian has earned her clients media coverage in top-tier national and international media outlets. A published author, columnist and contributor for The Progressive, Ms. Magazine, Forbes, Grit Daily, HuffPost and Thrive Global, she serves on the Board of Democracy Today NGO, on the Advisory Board of BizGees FinTech (UK) and CARBON Group Global (U.S., UK, S. Africa) and as a member of the Forum 2000 Working Group on Women, Democracy, Human Rights and Security (WDHRS).

Passionate about promoting social entrepreneurship and impact investments, Abramian has directed PR and Social Media workshops in the U.S. and abroad for tech entrepreneurs–and cherishes her global contacts.

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