Today's Guest on Social Media for the CEO is.. Jay Dunn from Lane Bryant

Join us this morning at 10am CT/11am ET when ‘Social Media for   the CEO’ radio show hosts Eve and Mary will interview Jay Dunn, Vice President of Marketing for Lane Bryant.  Mary, Eve and Jay will discuss the ever changing social media landscape, how and why its imperative for retail brands to keep up with technology, and most importantly why today’s marketplace is about return on relationships. Jay Dunn Bio Jay Dunn is Vice President of Marketing for Lane Bryant; Founder of Supergroup, the social network for marketing, social media, retail and design professionals at, and the co-author of The Art of Social Sales.

An accomplished writer and in-demand speaker, Jay’s trademark style – insightful, eclectic, never long between laughs – lends itself to an engaging and provocative commentary on social media, retail marketing, the economy, and the current challenges facing business today.

Combining his expertise in marketing, design, and branding with his passion for new media, social networking, and technology, Jay and his teams have produced award-winning campaigns that have reinterpreted retail marketing for Lane Bryant, Brookstone, and The Home Depot, among others.

Jay was recently named to the board of directors of Retail Advertising & Marketing Association (a division of the National Retail Federation); is an advisory board member of Global Retail Marketing Association (GRMA); and sits on the board of directors of the Zimmerman Advertising Program at his alma mater at the University of South Florida.

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We Recommend Reading: The Art of Social Sales, Jay Dunn