Jim Messina Joins Advisory Board of Mobile Corporation
(PR Web Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Cambridge, MA (PRWEB) July 02, 2014
"Jim has defined the way organizations think about strategy, marketing, and branding--reinventing the modern political campaign and innovating with tools, technologies, and tactics," said Jeffrey S. Peterson, CEO and Chairman of the Board of Mobile Corporation. "Jim's unique insight will help Mobile Corporation transform the online mobile workforce and create jobs and vitality across the globe."
Jim Messina is the founder and CEO of the Messina Group, a consulting firm with offices in Washington, D.C. and San Francisco, CA. Messina Group uses state-of-the-art data analytic tools to model and target likely customers at a fraction of the cost of traditional research and marketing methods. The firm brings these cutting-edge data, targeting and communications strategies to international, non-government, and private sector clients.
Jim Messina was the architect of Barack Obama's 2012 data-driven re-election campaign. Google's Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt called it "the best-run campaign ever." Messina served as White House Deputy Chief of Staff and has served as chief of staff to several prominent members of Congress, including Sen. Max Baucus. Messina serves as chairman of Organizing for Action, the advocacy group promoting the President's policies, and co-chairman of the progressive super PAC Priorities Action USA. He holds a bachelor's degree in political science and journalism from the University of Montana.
About Mobile Corporation
The Company's strategy is to combine the mobile industry and markets and its emerging technologies in an innovative and creative way throughout the United States, Mexico, Latin America and Asia. Mobile Corporation launched earlier this week, Mobile.pro -- a new online community for the mobile workforce, its first of many businesses in the mobile space.
To learn more about Mobile Corporation and Mobile.pro, visit http://www.mobile.com.co.
Michael D. Silberman
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