NEW YORK, September 18, 2018 – The Millennium Alliance announces the redesign and relaunch of Digital Diary, the only blog dedicated to bringing the latest Digital Business Transformation content to C-Suite Executives from North America’s most progressive industries. The Digital Diary started out as a blog and grew to a bi-weekly newsletter, digital magazine, video series, podcast, and now its own domain.
As the fastest growing invitation-only, fee-based membership organization for Senior-Level Business Transformers in the United States, The Millennium Alliance has once again evolved to meet the needs of its clients and members.
In a recent survey of The Millennium Alliance membership, over 90% of C-Suite Executives stated they were actively seeking Digital Business Transformation content in an easily digestible format, that they could take on the go and read where and when suited.
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Freya Smale, Vice President Marketing, Product, and Client Services’ The Millennium Alliance; Editor-In-Chief Digital Diary stated “It is my great pleasure to introduce to you Digital Diary 2.0! The Digital Diary is another string to The Millennium Alliance’s bow, offering our members relevant content daily.
We are constantly working to ensure that we deliver the best content to our clients and members, either through in-person events, through white-papers, eBooks, case studies, reports, and through daily content. By working with our industry partners and Advisory Board, we’ve built a new digital asset for Digital Diary, to make access to the best content easier for you, our valued reader.”
Alex Sobol, Co-Founder and CEO, The Millennium Alliance says, “As The Millennium Alliance gears up for our 5 year anniversary, we are more confident than ever of breaking into different businesses outside of our core event and Executive Education model. What started out as a place for digital transformation leaders to write, comment, post, etc., has now turned into a fully developed and integrated digital asset for C-Suite IT, Marketing, Security and digital leaders from the most progressive industries around the world.
The launch of the Digital Diary 2.0 reconfirms that The Millennium Alliance really is the domain expert when it comes to digital transformation. We hope our clients; members and the occasional browser enjoys the content and are looking for more people to join the thousands of Executives who participate on a daily basis.”
Freya Smale is Vice President of Marketing, Product and Client Services at The Millennium Alliance, Editor-In-Chief at Digital Diary, contributor for Forbes, Business2Community, and Marketer in New York. Freya writes mostly about digital marketing transformation, and the industries looking to the latest digital technology to transform in 2017. You can find her online @FSmale tweeting about #marketing #leadership #digitaltransformation and the occasional shoutout to the Welsh rugby team. Or connect with her on LinkedIn.
Jenny Schecher is a Client Services Director & Social Media Manager at The Millennium Alliance. Jenny is an avid contributor to our blog, Digital Diary, as well as all social media platforms. When she is not writing about digital transformation and technology, she is working with her team to make visions come to life at our events. (and eating all of NYC’s best food.) Follow her on Instagram: @jennyschecs or find her on LinkedIn!
Catherine Hand is the Marketing Coordinator at The Millennium Alliance and Editor of Digital Diary. A recent graduate of Siena College in Albany and New York newbie, Cat assists in the creation and implementation of social media, the event agendas, brochures, E-Books, and frequently write blogs for Digital Diary on topics from all industries from Marketing to Information Technology. You can connect with her on LinkedIn.
Cara Bernstein is Manager, Executive Education Partnerships at The Millennium Alliance. She works with Thought Leaders at The Millennium Alliance assemblies and is also a contributor to Digital Diary. Cara writes about different industries preparing for the digital revolution. You can catch Cara on LinkedIn and on twitter @CaraBernstein