Dana Communications has recently welcomed Chris Buckelew to the role of Interactive Director.
Buckelew brings a strong background in digital strategy, project management, Internet marketing, IT, operations and agency experience. To the benefit of Dana’s clients, he also comes with great knowledge of hospitality management and the industry as a whole.
As Interactive Director, Buckelew has been tasked with mapping out detailed, cutting-edge digital strategies for Dana’s clients. Dedicated to working closely with each one, Chris assesses individual digital presence objectives and applies his innovative approach to reach those goals quickly. He collaborates closely with Dana’s creative and media teams to ensure client projects are precisely aligned with current technology trends and best practices for the industry.
Along with a Bachelor of Science from Johnson & Wales University in Hospitality Management, Buckelew boasts 15 years in the field. His knowledge and track record run deep, and his list of clientele spans industry leaders such as Benchmark Hospitality International, The Procaccianti Group and Cendyn. He has also performed as an independent contractor for a number of companies, including TAICHIUSA, Norton Supply Company and The Palace at Somerset Park.
“We’re excited about having Chris on board not only because of his depth of experience in digital strategy and interactive operations, but also because of the way he comes to this role from a hospitality perspective,” said Lynn Kaniper, Partner and COO of Dana. “He’s forged relationships and connections in this industry, bringing knowledge and ideas that directly match the needs of our clients.”
A leading lifestyle marketing agency, Dana has offices in New York City, Hopewell, New Jersey, the Carolinas and Los Angeles, California. Dana’s clients include some of the most impressive brands in travel and hospitality. For additional information about Dana Communications, visit http://www.danacommunications.com or contact Jeff Gurtman at email@example.com or 609.466.9187 x136.