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Amy Clarke Burns

As client engagement manager and public relations specialist at VantagePoint, Amy brings nearly a decade of experience as a reporter and columnist as well as social media management and customer service. She’s a proud graduate of Presbyterian College, and when she’s not at work, her three sons keep her busy with basketball, karate and soccer.

Way beyond getting coffee: How to turn interns into the next generation of marketing pros

Internships offer students a unparalleled opportunity to see the inner workings of their future industries, but they’re also the way in which business leaders can help train and cultivate the next generation of professionals. Here are 5 tips for a successful internship, straight from the mouth of the intern herself.

VantagePoint Named to Best Places to Work in SC for Fifth Consecutive Year

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Amy Clarke Burns 864.331.1273 aburns@vantagep.com Greenville, S.C. – August 4, 2017 – VantagePoint Marketing, a nationally recognized business-to-business marketing agency with special expertise in foodservice, was named to the Best Places to Work in South Carolina in the small/midsized employer category. 2017 marks the fifth year in a row that the […]

Sarah Kuzmic Joins VantagePoint as Digital and Print Designer

VantagePoint Marketing, a nationally recognized business-to-business marketing agency with special expertise in foodservice, has hired Sarah Kuzmic in the role of digital and print designer.

VantagePoint Foodservice Advisory Board Member Tarun Malik Appointed President of Johnson & Wales University Charlotte

Tarun Malik, a member of VantagePoint Marketing’s foodservice advisory board, was recently appointed Johnson & Wales University Charlotte campus president.

VantagePoint Marketing Named Agency of the Year for Ninth Time

For the ninth time since 2006, VantagePoint Marketing was named Agency of the Year by the Business Marketing Association (BMA) of the Carolinas.

Menus in 2017, Part 5 | Spicing it up

In this final entry in the Nancy Kruse menu trends series, the menu analyst looks at the role ethnic foods and the flavors inspired by them will play in 2017 and beyond.

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