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New Employee Joins space150 and Current Employee Begins 2004 MiMA Term

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Digital marketing agency space150 announces the expansion of its technical development team; an employee begins her 2004 term on the Minnesota Interactive Marketing Agency’s board of directors.

Amy Anderson has been tapped as the agency’s technical account manager and will play a key role in overseeing project management services in the technical department. Anderson will head up internal management of space150’s quality assurance, process guidelines and usability lab. She will also be in charge of clients’ technical site requirements, such as e-commerce and content management tools. Anderson is currently working on the agency’s top accounts, such as Ellsworth Handcrafted Bicycles and Fair Isaac Corporation.

Anderson comes to space150 from Ginality, Inc., where she served as web product manager for almost a year. Before that, she spent a year as marketing project manager at Edge FX, Inc., a prosthetic and animatronics effects studio in Burbank, CA.

Laura Best, space150’s account director and head of business development, has recently joined the 2004 Minnesota Interactive Marketing Association’s (MiMA) board of directors.

Best will head up sponsorship opportunities and new membership experience. In that role, she will provide the vision and strategy for 2004 sponsorship opportunities, including creating sponsorship packages and aiming at the right financial targets. With organization of the new membership experience, Best will be responsible for evaluating the current experience and identifying and facilitating a new membership process.