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Christopher Malter Executive Bio

Christopher Malter
CEO: Integrated Marketing Communications
Summary: 

As President of Integrated Marketing Communications, a full service marketing communications firm specializing in telecommunications, technology and healthcare/biotechnology, Christopher Malter is responsible for the overall strategic direction and daily operations of the company. Having recently aligned itself as a strategic partner with Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich's The Gingrich Group, IM Communications has grown to be one of the Southeast's most respected, results-driven agency.

Among its many services, the firm provides counsel in the following areas: media relations, marketing, product positioning, product launches, corporate communications, brand identity, corporate image, among others.

With more than 15 years experience in the communications industry, Mr. Malter was most recently recognized as a distinguished leader throughout South Florida in winning The South Florida Business Journal's prestigious "Up & Comers" award in 2000.

Mr. Malter is extremely involved in numerous economic development and community-oriented organizations, such as: The South Florida CIO Council, The Internet Coast , The Miami Herald's Silver Knights Awards, Rotary Club of Weston, Partners In Education, among others. Mr. Malter began his career as a reporter for The Asbury Park Press in New Jersey, and then migrated to the public relations field with The Philadelphia Eagles, Ruder Finn in New York City and Rubin Barney & Birger in Miami.

Mr. Malter received a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism with a minor in public relations from Temple University.