Jaime is a digital marketer with expertise in social media and content marketing. He has experience leading social media strategy for two national brands. Jaime holds an MBA with a focus in Marketing and Strategy from the Rotman School of Management where he was selected valedictorian by the students of the Morning MBA Class of 2011. He is the former radio voice of the Toronto Argonauts and currently lives in Vancouver, BC.
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I recently spoke with VPDigital.com about life in the digital media industry and what we were doing at the Canadian Football League to engage our fans. 2011 was a great year for the CFL in the digital space, especially on … Continue reading →
One of the amazing things about having a 14-month old son is having the opportunity to witness his curiosity at the simple things in life – touching tree bark for the first time, smelling a raw onion or simply banging … Continue reading →
Working with good people is important – this statement is pretty obvious. We don’t always have the opportunity to work with good people, but when the opportunity does arise, what a difference it makes. This is a tale of a … Continue reading →