Thomas Public Relations, a leading PR agency for high-tech and consumer electronics brands, announced that Thomas PR President and CEO, Karen Thomas, has been selected as a judge for the 2018 Stevie Awards – American Business Awards, judging categories in American technology innovations and public relations campaigns.
Stevie Award judges include many of the world’s most respected executives, entrepreneurs, innovators, and business educators.
“I am honored to be selected to judge the Stevie Awards – American Business Awards 2018, one of the most coveted prizes honoring American innovation,” said Thomas.
In addition to serving as a Stevie Awards judge, Ms. Thomas has also judged the Edison Awards 2018 and 2017, CES Asia Innovation Awards, IT World Awards, and CEO World Awards 2017, and has won numerous industry awards for Thomas PR’s public relations and social media influencer expertise, including Best PR Campaign in Long Island Business News “Excellence in Communication Award 2017,” Top Influencers in PR News Social Shake-up Movers & Shakers Award 2017, Onalytica’s “Top 100 Influencers and Brands,” PRSourceCode’s Top Tech Communicators Award, and TheBitbag.com’s PR Rep of the Year, among others.
Thomas is also the creator of the innovative longest running Party List Guides for networking events at technology trade shows, “The Official KarenNet Party List,” covering international tech events for 20 years, including CES, NAB, Mobile World Congress, SXSW, Comic-Con, COMDEX, Macworld, E3 Expo, PMA, Cebit, PC Expo, Photokina, PhotoPlus, CTIA, and many more.
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