Jaime Leger
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Jaime Leger is one of the founders of Sheppard Leger Nowak (SLN) an integrated marketing firm located in Providence, RI. Over the course of his career, Jaime's entrepreneurial drive has resulted in growing many clients’ businesses, from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies, across both the B2B and B2C. Also known as the most interesting ad guy in the world, he can speak Russian in French, bowls overhand, is the life of parties that he has never attended , and his shirts never wrinkle.

Welcome to EDI CON USA!

The first-ever Electronic Design Innovation Conference (EDI CON USA), sponsored by Microwave Journal, is just about here! For those planning to attend the show at the Hynes Convention Center in the heart of Boston, between the technical conference sessions and the exhibition hall you can expect a lot of industry presence and activities to fill your time. Boston Awaits You!


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Make The New Year One To Remember

It is that time of year, at the start of a new year, to take stock of our time: our past, present, and future. Without becoming too philosophical, the break that many individuals and their companies take during the year-end holidays and into the New Year gives most people pause to think about their lives, whether they are goal-oriented or simply trying to figure out where they are in life and in their professions.


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Two Decades at IMS and counting…

 When I first attended IMS in 1995 in Orlando, my wife was pregnant with our first child and complained about the heat all week.  I was 29 years old and slaved at a small ad firm with a couple of microwave accounts, but thought I was so cool with my permanent “car phone” after ditching my pager, and was one of the first AE’s to have their own web site, having spent nights learning HTML from Laura Lemay’s book, “Teach yourself Web Publishing in a Week”. 


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IMS 2014: Building Relationships

IMS 2014 hits Tampa Bay on June 1-6, 2014, and I bet you will be there. One of the largest industry events, the show is a must visit. This year it will be my 23rd IMS – wow! If you’d ask: what has changed over the last 20 years? I believe the show today is more personal. With social media becoming commonplace in our industry, we’re more connected and we can build stronger relationships without borders.


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