Samantha Maltais of SilverTech to lead next TechWomen Power Breakfast

Marketing strategist to share tech lessons from the music industry on Oct. 11


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Samantha Maltais, principal strategist and marketing manager at SilverTech, will be the featured speaker at the New Hampshire High Tech Council’s TechWomen Power Breakfast on Wednesday, Oct. 11 from 7:30 to 9 a.m. at the Manchster Country Club in Bedford.

This breakfast will focus will be on digital trends, emerging technologies and how technology professionals can take cues from the music industry to learn about the future of digital marketing.

“Today’s digital landscape touches almost every facet of our lives, with each and every user offering new insights and techniques,” said Candice Benson, chair of the TechWomen|TechGirls Committee. “With all industries implementing technology in different ways, this program will shine the spotlight on how the music industry has become a major influencer in the tech world.”

Maltais joined SilverTech in 2011. She oversees the marketing strategy and content direction of the firm while working directly with clients to drive and deliver results online.

Maltais was recognized this year with the New Hampshire Union Leader’s 2017 “Forty Under 40” award and, as an alumnus of Plymouth State University, received the Plymouth State University Distinguished Alumni Service Award. Maltais has traveled the nation speaking about creating valuable digital experiences in a variety of industries through a unique combination of search engine optimization, user experience and content marketing. A lifelong New Hampshire resident, she was chairperson of the Manchester Young Professionals Network and chair of the Plymouth State University Alumni Greater Manchester Chapter, as well as serving other organizations in the area, including the Leadership Greater Manchester program.

The TechWomen|TechGirls breakfast series is sponsored by TD Bank, Measured Progress and Newforma. The featured sponsor for the October breakfast is Microsoft. Tickets for the Power Breakfast are $10 for members of the Council and $20 for non-members. Register at nhhtc.org.

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