#Firefly25 interview: Lee Stone, former Firefly, business writer and current senior B2B PR manager at EE

#Firefly25 interview: Lee Stone, former Firefly, business writer and current senior B2B PR manager at EE

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In the latest interview of our #firefly25 anniversary series, Claire speaks to former Firefly, Lee Stone. Lee worked at Firefly in the 90s and then spent many years in Australia's PR industry, before returning home. Lee now works at EE with Mat Sears, another former Firefly. During those early days Lee did not enjoy his many hours standing by the photocopier and fax machine and thinks feature planning is passé as the current environment is so dynamic. Lee believes that although technology is central to our lives, relationships are key and need working on every day.

 

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