News : Dr. Ashish Garg koins Harte Hanks Consulting
Austin, Texas April 14, 2016 -- Harte Hanks (NYSE: HHS), a provider in customer relationships, experiences and interaction-led marketing, announced the appointment of Dr. Ashish Garg as vice president of Harte Hanks Consulting.
Dr. Garg, will report to Garrett Sznip, senior vice president of Harte Hanks Consulting and will be responsible for the group's client go-to-market strategy and pricing services across all client verticals.
Dr. Garg is an accomplished consulting leader, with over 18 years of experience advising a diverse client base. He was most recently managing director of KPMG where he oversaw the marketing strategy and pricing effectiveness within the company's strategy practice. His responsibilities included the development of comprehensive go-to-market strategies, selling/delivering client engagements thought leadership, delivery methodologies and analytical tools, as well as recruiting and staff training.
Prior to joining KPMG, Dr. Garg held senior consulting positions in the US and Europe at E&Y, McKinsey and the Boston Consulting Group. He holds a PhD in Economics from Harvard University, in addition to a BA in Philosophy and Economics, from Oxford University. He is also a board member of the Management Consulting Institute.
"We are thrilled to have Ashish join our team," stated Mr. Sznip. "His extensive background in consulting with some of the world's largest and most sophisticated companies will be invaluable to many of our clients as well as to the continued growth of Harte Hanks Consulting."
Published by Laura Collins, Editorial Management
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