Romey Louangvilay

Dateline: Everything has a little bit of social
Weblog: www.syndicatemediagroup.com
Articles: 18
First Published: Oct 18, 2011 / Last Published: Feb 19, 2014
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Romey Louangvilay is a senior social media strategist at Syndicate Media Group, where he utilizes his 7+ years of social media strategy and PR experience to establish organic relationships for brands and their target audiences. Romey has led social/digital and blogger campaigns for UK Style by French Connection, Sunglass Hut, TJX Companies, Sears Holdings, Perrelet Luxury Watch, JA New York Shows and much more He has also been featured/quoted in Media Bistro, Mashable, The Street, PR News and more. More information at http://www.syndicatemediagroup.com

Romey Louangvilay's articles

  1. February 19, 2014

    Can you go from brick and mortar to exclusively online? Yes you can.
    ISAORA launches spring collection exclusively online
  2. February 9, 2014

    Review: LiveTheLook, the fashion website men wish they had
    The next step in curated shopping: artificial intelligence delivers a highly personalized experience.
  3. June 23, 2013

    Bentley Revs Up: Why Marketing Heritage Matters
    Why Focusing on Heritage & Storytelling Matters in Luxury Marketing
  4. June 13, 2013

    The Most Interesting #IncrediblePursuits
    Alcohol and Spirits Celebrate More Than Just Drinking
  5. March 26, 2013

    Social Marketing Face Off: The Face V.S. America’s Next Top Model
    Which Model Show Comes Out on Top for Social Media
    in TV
  6. November 18, 2012

    #WeStormBack Fights To Show Hurricane Sandy The Real Champions
    Heart Will Rebuild The Community
  7. October 2, 2012

    Luxury and Social Media
    The odd couple
  8. June 19, 2012

    Fashion and Retail Collaboration Series - Part 1
    The “Gamification” of Fashion
  9. June 18, 2012

    Emirates – Play That Music, Airline!
    Airline aims to create ultimate musical journey through new campaign
  10. May 14, 2012

    Go Go Power Rangers
    How my heroes’ marketing refreshed marketing passion
    in TV