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Sharon Jaffe

Passionate digital marketer who is not shy of sales, consultant, trainer, presenter, gadget-lover, foodie, global citizen and devoted mom.

A true internet veteran, Sharon has been in the digital marketing and media industry for nearly 20 years working with local and international clients in order to inspire, innovate and integrate all aspects of digital into their sales and marketing processes.
For the last 6 years, Sharon has been independently consulting, presenting and training in this area to help companies understand, integrate and profit from this dynamic and challenging channel.
Sharon regularly conducts presentations and marketing workshops on a broad range of digital topics from social media to mobile, customising the content to each industry so that it’s fresh and relevant! She is an experienced presenter for groups ranging from 10 to 300 and always receives praise on her engaging presentations and passionate personality. She regularly keynotes and presents at conferences and maintains her blog at JaffeBLEND.com and tweets from @jaffeblend.
Sharon also consults regularly, acting as an extension of a marketing department conducting audits and writing strategic plans covering all new channels from e-commerce to mobile. Her clients include big corporations like Microsoft, BBC. CondéNast, Skype, Hyundai and VISA as well as small startups like SponsorPay, eBuddy, Tipped and Centro.
Prior to JaffeBLEND, Sharon had a successful international career spanning more than 10 years at Microsoft and KLM Royal Dutch Airlines as well as having worked for a recipe startup and founding her own digital agency, MisterTraffic.
Sharon is passionate about digital media as it represents the ultimate intersection marketing and technology for consumers and marketers. She dedicates her energy to this world of limitless opportunity and thought-provoking challenges for today’s companies. She is winner of the 2013 TrainE-TraidE ‘Business Person of the Year 2013 Award” and won “Highly Commended” by the Chartered Institute for Marketing in the Independent Consultant Category.

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