Life at March
Here at March we like to make sure that we get the balance right between working hard and having some fun. Sure, delivering outstanding work for our clients is hugely important and it’s our number one priority, but it’s also important to enjoy your days and like spending time with the people you work with. Go ahead and meet some of team and check out some of the things we have been up to recently!
Meet the team
PR assistant account executive @MarchPR-wants to travel the world. lover of sushi, art, yoga and a good laugh
A recent Suffolk University graduate who loves spending time by the beach, crocheting and catching up on classic Star Trek: TNG episodes.
Queen of Planning and Operations Manager at @MarchPR.
Tech PR Exec, Novice Foodie and Travel Enthusiast
Content Manager @ March PR, focusing on content marketing, PR, social media. Also: figuring out content marketing for writers, musicians, artists.
Managing the Content.
Account Executive at @MarchPR, world champion hot sauce eater and shark week’s biggest fan.
Writer & PR pro. Passionate traveler, runner and adventure-seeker.
Managing Partner at March Communications, PR guru, mother of two, hopeless romantic, and lover of food and wine
Boston, from Memphis, Badger, tech PR, avid dabbler
Boston-based, Conn Coll grad exploring the world of PR. Enjoys running & yoga, Rajon Rondo, Sriracha, and Nutella crepes.
ohio gal living in chicago, working in pr. loyal cleveland sports fan. lover of fashion, dining out and reality tv.
Account Executive at @MarchPR; 2012 Boston University grad; #SouthEastAsia, #music, #beach, #sushi lover.
Tech/B2B PR and marketing expert based in Boston
PR pro & photographer at @MarchPR. Enjoys grammar, mint tea, yellow, cats, sarcasm and hockey. Go @NHLBruins!
Content Manager @MarchPR | @urichmondalum | Former editor @URICollegian | Host @buffenuf
PR pro in London who loves coffee, social media, traveling and eating
Most of the time you can find me talking PR, photography, running, and curly hair.
TechPR, Social Media, Design, Creative Vision, Development, Technology, Native RI’er turned Bostonian. Posts are mine, not rep of anyone else.
HR and Finance Director at @MarchPR, yoga Fanatic at @HYLTweets and founder/instructor of Cardio Dance Party at @BCAE.
Pop culture buff, aspiring cook, IKEA furniture strategist and PR pro. My thoughts are my own.
Science fiction and fantasy writer. Flack. Alum of #NASATweetup Ames-Planet-Hunters and Juno-launch. Pay no attention to my gardening addiction.
Content manager at @marchpr. I also podcast for @spookedblog – check us out on iTunes! My favorite word is now droll.
March PR Founder, Brit abroad, Arsenal fan
Living life one glass of wine at a time; PR Pro in Boston
High-tech #PRpro, blogger, spinning instructor, @BostonCollege alumna, and avid #Boston sports fan!
Skiing. Food. Cars. Beer. PR. Not necessarily in that order.
Account Coordinator @MarchPR in exciting San Francisco. Love writing, wandering and delicious food. My dream? To travel the world!
Graduate of Bowdoin College, working in tech PR in Boston. Love reading, the outdoors, and all things French.
California transplant battling snow and humidity. Cat lady. PR pro for high tech B2B companies at March Communications.
Assistant Account Executive @MarchPR, food truck hunter and baker
PR professional in Boston with an unhealthy obsession with post-it notes, to-do lists and pizza
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The Power of Digital Storytelling: 6 Tips to Find and Tell a Great Story
It doesn’t matter whether you write about the economy or something considered “buzzworthy” like entertainment. Everyone has an interesting story waiting to be uncovered.
The challenge is finding the best way to tell that story so your audience wakes up and listens.
- smarterplanet:The Three Breakthroughs That Have Finally… October 30, 2014
A few months ago I made the trek to the sylvan campus of the IBM research labs in Yorktown Heights, New York, to catch an early glimpse of the fast-arriving, long-overdue future of artificial intelligence. This was the home of Watson, the electronic genius that conquered Jeopardy! in 2011. The original Watson is still here—it’s about the size of a bedroom, with 10 upright, refrigerator-shaped machines forming the four walls. The tiny interior cavity gives technicians access to the jumble of wires and cables on the machines’ backs. It is surprisingly warm inside, as if the cluster were alive.
Today’s Watson is very different. It no longer exists solely within a wall of cabinets but is spread across a cloud of open-standard servers that run several hundred “instances” of the AI at once. Like all things cloudy, Watson is served to simultaneous customers anywhere in the world, who can access it using their phones, their desktops, or their own data servers. This kind of AI can be scaled up or down on demand. Because AI improves as people use it, Watson is always getting smarter; anything it learns in one instance can be immediately transferred to the others. And instead of one single program, it’s an aggregation of diverse software engines—its logic-deduction engine and its language-parsing engine might operate on different code, on different chips, in different locations—all cleverly integrated into a unified stream of intelligence.
Consumers can tap into that always-on intelligence directly, but also through third-party apps that harness the power of this AI cloud. Like many parents of a bright mind, IBM would like Watson to pursue a medical career, so it should come as no surprise that one of the apps under development is a medical-diagnosis tool. Most of the previous attempts to make a diagnostic AI have been pathetic failures, but Watson really works. When, in plain English, I give it the symptoms of a disease I once contracted in India, it gives me a list of hunches, ranked from most to least probable. The most likely cause, it declares, is Giardia—the correct answer. This expertise isn’t yet available to patients directly; IBM provides access to Watson’s intelligence to partners, helping them develop user-friendly interfaces for subscribing doctors and hospitals. “I believe something like Watson will soon be the world’s best diagnostician—whether machine or human,” says Alan Greene, chief medical officer of Scanadu, a startup that is building a diagnostic device inspired by the Star Trek medical tricorder and powered by a cloud AI. “At the rate AI technology is improving, a kid born today will rarely need to see a doctor to get a diagnosis by the time they are an adult.”
- #TBT to @nhubbell’s farewell drinks at #Ward8!… October 30, 2014
#TBT to @nhubbell’s farewell drinks at #Ward8! http://ift.tt/1sK6Y6M
- prnewswire:Let’s Add An Instagram Contest To Our Social Media… October 29, 2014
Let’s Add An Instagram Contest To Our Social Media Marketing
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- ibmsocialbiz:Winning the race with analytics: The speed… October 28, 2014
Glenn Finch, Global Leader for Technology and Data in the Business Analytics and Strategy Practice, IBM
Today, IBM launches the 2014 IBM Institute for Business Value analytics study, and I am so excited to tell you about it. In our six years of conducting this type of fact-based research, we have never seen data as powerful as this year’s findings.
In 2014, several significant shifts occurred in the world of big data—shifts that you cannot afford to ignore. The most significant change: velocity is now the value driver for big data. And most organizations are now realizing a return on their analytics investments within 12 months. These two shifts mean that organizations not only need to transform raw data into actionable insights faster, but for every day they wait to do something, their competitors are a day closer to recouping the investments by increasing revenues, operating more efficiently and creating better customer interactions.
Enter the speed advantage. Our research revealed a small group embracing this shift for competitive advantage. These organizations are significantly impacting business performance and market position through speed-driven data and analytics practices.
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