Page is pleased to announce that Jay Sabatini has joined the firm as Associate Principal / Business Development Director for the western US. He brings more than 20 years of experience exclusive to the AEC industry. Today, Jay focuses on winning projects across multiple market sectors in the western US, developing strategic relationships to generate business opportunities and coaching established and emerging business leaders.
Jay shares his expertise with others and stays abreast of developments in the marketing industry through active involvement with the Society for Marketing Professional Services (SMPS). He has served several chapters and today, sits on the SMPS Colorado Chapter Board which recently awarded him Business Developer of the Year.
In his current role at Page, Jay is responsible for developing strategic relationships and leveraging Page’s multiple resources such as its brand, history, people, portfolio and process to create new opportunities for the firm. He will work closely with the managing principals of the Page Denver and San Francisco offices in the identification and pursuit of new projects.
Jay has worked for a variety of firms from small to large and regional to international. Most recently, he worked for a firm much like Page: an international urban design, planning and landscape architecture firm with offices across the US and abroad. As Director of Business Development and Marketing, Jay was responsible for leading all business development, marketing, public relations and research initiatives across the firm.
Jay is a graduate of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, a Page client. While he has lived in multiple places around the United States, he feels most at home in the mountains.
We are proud to welcome Jay Sabatini to Page.
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