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Chris ElliottSenior Marketing Communications Manager
Chris Elliott is a senior marketing communications manager at Microsoft Corp, driving the overall global strategic marketing around Microsoft’s partnership with Ford Motor Company. With the SYNC and SYNC with MyFord Touch in-vehicle infotainment systems built on the Windows Embedded Automotive platform, Elliott’s duties span messaging, positioning and branding efforts around Microsoft and Ford’s vision for in-vehicle connectivity and the future of automotive technology.
Before joining Microsoft in early 2012, Elliott held various management roles in communications, public relations and social media, most recently as the emerging media manager at T-Mobile USA. Elliott began his career in broadcast news, serving as producer in both Seattle and Detroit.
He holds a bachelor’s degree in broadcast and cinematic arts from Central Michigan University. A Detroit native, he now resides in the Seattle area and enjoys going to concerts and sporting events, as well as spending quality time with his son.
Posted By Chris ElliottSenior Marketing Communications Manager
Walk around Computex and quickly you’ll see that all the usual tech players are there: Intel, Asus, Samsung and of course Microsoft, just to name a few. But dig a little deeper and you’ll see that one well-known global brand is making its debut this year at the world’s second largest technology tradeshow. That brand: Ford Motor Company.
What in the Taiwan is Ford doing at Computex? The same thing it has done at other major technology shows such as CES and Mobile World Congress, proving to the world that the automobile is a consumer electronic device — it’s just a really big one. Oh, and it can go zero-to-100 kilometers-per-hour in less than 7 seconds.
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