Set your content roadmap: How changing lanes can help you win the race
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Storytelling efforts for organizations can become much harder when you don’t have a tangible product or breaking news to pitch reporters. To grab headlines, communicators shouldn’t follow the pace car. Instead, you can net PR and media relations success by setting your own speed and not being able to “change lanes” or “shift gears” with your story angles. Danielle Mann, senior director of corporate communications for Mobileye (an Intel company), will share the secrets of grabbing ink in a crowded field of industry leaders and content. She’ll explore the three-year journey Intel took to establish an authentic and sustainable voice in autonomous driving, without a product or breaking news, which led to their story being a part of the growing conversation. She’ll share, through examples and helpful tips, how to do the same with your organization’s goals.
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Danielle Mann is the senior director of corporate communications for Mobileye, an Intel company. A business leader with over 20 years of experience leading marketing and communications efforts in the technology sector, Mann currently directs global corporate, brand and product communications for Mobileye, with a focus on the successful integration of the 2017 acquisition into Intel. She developed the autonomous communications strategy from the ground up as the company accelerated into a dynamic new growth market and is responsible for developing the business narrative from its early position in 2016 as a new presence in the market to its role today as a global platform provider and provocative voice on the role of safety and trust in delivering the new mobility future. Prior to joining the Autonomous Driving Group, Mann led efforts across Intel’s IOT and communications business groups.