Peggy Nordeen, CBC and President of Starmark International, a full-service corporate branding and marketing communications agency, has been named Chair of the Broward Alliance Technology/Internet Coast Committee.
A former member of the Board of Directors of the American Marketing Association and the Business Marketing Association in Chicago, Nordeen succeeds Michael Carn, President of DataBridge Corporation, who held the Chair post for the past two years.
In her role as President of Starmark International, Peggy oversees day-to-day account service for agency clients operating in the following highly competitive industries technology, B2B, consumer, hospitality, government and marine. Under her direction, Starmark International was named a finalist in the 2002 South Florida Business Journal Technology Awards for its work in developing Internet applications to facilitate workflow between the agency and its international clients based in Italy, Taiwan, Spain, China and the Caribbean.
The mission of The Broward Alliance is to facilitate the creation and retention of jobs and capital investment by marketing Broward County, South Florida, as a global business destination. The Technology/Internet Coast Committee was formed to support Broward County’s technology industry development.
Starmark International specializes in the seamless integration of multiple marketing disciplines branding, advertising, Internet development, direct response and public relations among them toward the effective fulfillment of client business goals. Originally founded in Chicago in 1978, Starmark was the first company named to Inc. Magazine’s List of the 500 Fastest Growing Privately Held Companies for five years in a row. Now headquartered in Fort Lauderdale, FL, Starmark combines a team-focused approach to client service, creativity, time-tested business acumen and technological know-how to help clients succeed in today’s fast-paced global economy.