SpencerConnect Communications was started in 2002 to provide pragmatic, realistic, and cost effective solutions to small corporations in the Midwest. A chance meeting with Brian Pellitier, who had created Green Cardinal Communications. This led to numerous introductions to other freelancers who were looking to collaborate on projects. Over time the depth and breadth of services expanded.
Even though our focus was originally in Chicago and the Midwest, clients have hailed from Los Angeles, San Francisco, Houston, Toronto, Vancouver, Halifax, London and New Delhi. We have worked closely with “C” level executives, marketing directors, well-know entertainers and government officials.
About Spencer Maus:
Spencer Maus has over 20 years of experience in public, media and investor relations, and business development/sales. He has created and managed promotional strategy and tactics, crisis communications situations, business positioning and advance work.
Spencer has worked with and for law firms, B2B public and private businesses, financial services firms (including private equity, investment banks, venture capital, accounting, etc, etc), information technology, healthcare IT, and an occasional start-up.
He was an early adopter of LinkedIn (February 2004). He is an active user of LinkedIn, Twitter, Google+, Google Alerts, Facebook, Blog Talk Radio, Pinterest and other sites to promote and track client news for reputation management. He is a published writer and blogger, and he was one of the first to be invited by LinkedIn to publish on their site.
In a prior life, Spencer Maus worked in financial services. He served as retail and institutional broker, product manager, internal syndication manager, branch manager-compliance office, and worked for with a private equity and an investment banking firm.
He became very active in the Chicago technology community when he served as chair and co-chair of the MIT Enterprise Forum meetings, a franchise of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Named to the MIT Alumni Volunteer Honor Roll of Service as a “friend of MIT.”