Jaymie Scotto & Associates (JSA)

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Celebrating more than 14 years of success, Jaymie Scotto & Associates (JSA) is the preeminent provider of Public Relations, Marketing and Event Planning services to the tech and telecom industries. Awarded ‘Most Outstanding Telecoms PR Agency’ by LiveWire for two years in a row, our success is attributed to our skilled JSA team, innovative tools, and established media and industry relationships, allowing us to deliver the finest outreach and brand awareness services available – with measurable return on investment. Our clients enjoy ‘insider access’ to the top journalists, bloggers, analysts and thought leaders shaping tech and telecom – as well as critical networking opportunities, including JSA's own industry networking event series, the Telecom Exchange (TEX) and its online C-level social platform, the CEO Exchange.

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JSA'S CLIENTS INCREASES DIGITAL ADVERTISING BUDGETS TO SECURE FRESH, ENGAGED LEADS AMID COVID

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FACEBOOK ENABLES DISINFORMATION WITH ADVERTISING POLICY

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