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Notability Partners was founded by Jordan French, an O'Dwyer's ranked top digital marketing and PR firm headquartered in New York, NY. We craft and pitch press releases that capture journalists’ and customers’ attention.
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Notability Partners was founded by Jordan French. He is a combination of engineer, intellectual-property attorney, and dynamic creative with a penchant for rolling up his sleeves to market, connect, and build brands. He is also known for having "the next look of entrepreneurs." In his current role at Notability Partners Jordan French works at the intersection of the new-- in the arts, film, music and in technology-- to communicate and commercialize with the outside world. His creative clients and their technologies make notable appearances at the Who’s Who of events: The Superbowl, the Grammys, A-lister birthdays, and Emmy awards. Among others, he represents "Jackson kid" B. Howard, the multi-platinum producer and Billboard-charted artist. French is also the founding Chief Marketing Officer at BeeHex, Inc. 3D printing and the President of BNB Shield. Jordan French also serves as founding PR director of philanthropic start-up, fitRaise, the virtual platform that raises funds for a cause through 5K runs, walks, and bike rides. He sits on the advisory board of Made by Mirna GmbH, the high-end, Dusseldorf, Germany-based chocolatier that sells pillow-top chocolates to VIP guests. Jordan French co-founded, was the founding CEO and COO of, and remains Managing-Member of Status Labs, the premier, global reputation management firm with offices in New York, Austin, and Sao Paulo, Brazil. He built the company from two people to thirty, with 939% growth from 2012 - until he stepped down from the CEO and COO position in September 2015.