February 14th is National Organ Donor Day. Author and coach Hillary Rettig speaks on how donating a kidney to a stranger changed her life and business.
About Liz Alton
Liz Alton is a B2B technology writer and content strategist working with today's top tech brands, including Oracle, IBM, Hewlett Packard, Google, Twitter, Adobe, CenturyLink, ADP, Epson, J2 Global, and Philips. She works with leading global creative agencies on award-winning campaigns. Her topical specialties and areas of expertise include emerging technologies such as augmented reality, virtual reality, AI, automation and intelligent processes; customer experience technology (CX tech); marketing technology (martech) and adtech; infrastructure including 5G and WiFi6 networks and cloud computing; cybersecurity; IT management and staffing trends; data analytics; IoT; HR technology; technology in the creative industries; and hospitality tech. Liz has written about augmented reality for almost a decade, covering AR/VR in the themed entertainment space for Entertainment Designer, Forbes, and others. Liz writes extensively about the future of work, digital transformation, business best practices, the evolution of CX and digital marketing, and the impact of technology on select industries from retail to manufacturing. With degrees in writing, business, and anthropology, Liz also brings a decade of experience in management consulting and leadership roles to developing content for enterprise, mid-market, and SMB audiences. To learn more about her work, visit LizAlton.com.
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