Angela Drystek brings unique set of creative and technical skills to our veteran ag-marketing team
We’ve added a skilled digital specialist to our veteran marketing team.
Angela Drystek has a unique blend of skills and experience. She holds a bachelor’s degree in fine arts from the University of Guelph and still enjoys photography and print making. She’s taken those creative instincts into graphic design, web development, marketing automation and project management. Angela has worked for a number of agencies representing clients across a broad range of industries.
“We no longer see digital marketing as a bolt-on to our other marketing strategies,” says Len Kahn, founder of Kahntact. “Digital tactics that increase customer engagement while accurately measuring results are core to our offerings. Angela will help us bring even sharper digital tools to the table and increase marketing ROI for our clients.”
Before joining Kahntact, Angela was a project manager at Blue North Strategies and an independent web and marketing consultant. She has built lead generation and marketing automation programs from the ground up and has years of experience in pay-per-click and online advertising.
Angela joins a strong, veteran marketing team at Kahntact. We’re coming off a series of big wins at the Canadian Agri-Marketing Association’s “Best of CAMA” awards show in November. Kahntact won 14 awards, the most of any agency or company.
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