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Lauren Day, CCO, and Allyson Hugley, Vice President of Analytics and Market Research, Global Communications, of Prudential Financial in this conversation moderated by Eric Koefoot, President and CEO of PublicRelay discuss how to build a CommTech plan that fits your organization’s needs now and in the future. Read the blog post here: https://bit.ly/3kZBKg5 This webinar was made possible by support from PublicRelay.
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