KDD Speaks on Marketing and Digital Engagement for Two Local Organizations

News

Organizations across the world have been taking advantage of online platforms to continue to deliver educational content to their audiences during the COVID-19 crisis. Locally, KDD was honored to take part in two roundtable discussions: One in April with Hudson Valley Pattern for Progress, and one in June for The Orange County Arts Council.

On April 29, 2020, Katy Dwyer, President & Creative Director of KDD, joined fellow guests Tom Langan, President of Talex Media, and Kati Haynes, Founder of Haynes Marketing Media, along with moderator Christopher Short, Executive Director of the New Paltz Regional Chamber of Commerce, for the LIFT/HV Remote Roundtable. Our topic was Marketing in the Midst of Crisis: The Importance of Marketing & Messaging in Tough Times. For the full discussion, watch below:

On June 5, 2020, Katy Dwyer joined Luke Pontifell of Thornwillow Press and Michelle Pfeffer of Hudson Valley Pattern for Progress, as well as facilitator and artist Martin Dominguez Ball for for “Artists Conversations with Industry: Building Online Audiences” presented in partnership with Grit Works. With so much uncertainty in the arts world, this conversation was designed to help artists make informed decisions on how to enhance their virtual presence. See a clip of our conversation below: