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Home arrow Marketing Research News arrow Latest Company News And Announcements arrow Hall & Partners promotes two new Partners within Chicago team
Hall & Partners promotes two new Partners within Chicago team PDF Print E-mail
Written by Hall & Partners   
16 Dec 2014
Hall & Partners Chicago today announced the promotion of Kelly Mitchell and Bridget Brennan, two key players who have led exciting change and innovation at Hall & Partners in recent years, to Partner. In their new roles, both Kelly and Bridget will lead the charge with some of our largest clients, helping them to better build relationships that matter.

Joining Hall & Partners in 2005, Kelly is a widely respected and admired leader who in her new role as Partner will continue to inspire growth, and help our clients to build relationships that matter through marketing and communications strategies.  

Bridget first joined Hall & Partners in 2006, before taking on the role as VP of Marketing for international not-for-profit Opportunity International. Returning to Hall & Partners last year with newly developed practical client-side marketing skills, Bridget is integral in delivering new solutions to best meet our client needs.

Partners play a vital role at Hall & Partners, focusing broadly across clients, disciplines and the business to connect people and opportunities. They are experts in strategic advice, providing clients genuine insights into their business and always looking for new ways to advise and work with them.

Hall & Partners Chicago Managing Partner, Josh Shames said, “Kelly and Bridget are widely admired and essential members of the Hall & Partners family. We are so pleased and proud to have watched them develop throughout their time with us, and officially welcome them aboard as Partners.”
 
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