M&C Saatchi’s Jaimes Leggett Heads Media & Marketing’s Power List

M&C Saatchi’s Jaimes Leggett Heads Media & Marketing’s Power List
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LinkedIn has unveiled its 2017 Power Profiles list for Australia including media and marketers with the most viewed profiles.

This list showcases the most viewed professionals on LinkedIn across the following industries: CEOs and Founders, Government, HR, Marketing and Fashion. 

You can check out all the Power Profiles here.

The most viewed professionals in media and marketing are (in no particular order): 

Commenting on this year’s results, Matt Tindale, country manager, LinkedIn Australia and New Zealand said, “These Power Profiles have developed their brand on LinkedIn by sharing their diverse experiences and voicing their opinion on topics that matter. They are adding value to the community with their insights, helping our members get better at what they do and achieve their professional goals.”

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