North Highland Welcomes Matthew Klein as New Chief Marketing Officer
February 25, 2014
Global consulting company North Highland is pleased to announce the appointment of Matthew Klein to its senior leadership team as chief marketing officer. In this role, Klein will lead the company's global marketing and public relations programs, including directing branding, messaging and communications efforts to further protect and promote the North Highland brands worldwide.
With deep marketing and consulting experience developing global brand strategies and value propositions that drive sustainable growth, Klein will complement North Highland's existing executive team as the company continues to focus on strengthening its presence around the world and re-defining the professional services industry.
"We are delighted to welcome Matt to the North Highland team; he has a proven track record of driving growth and has the innovative leadership skills we need to further advance the North Highland brand. Matt's experience and passion exemplify the kind of high caliber professionals North Highland is known for," said Dan Reardon, CEO of North Highland.
Klein most recently served as a senior vice president of Aon, a global Fortune 500 professional services company. In that role, he was the global head of marketing and communications for a $1.5 billion division of Aon, leading and developing global brand strategy.
"There's an incredible amount of opportunity to continue strengthening the North Highland brand and further redefine the consulting industry. I'm proud to be a part of North Highland's extremely smart team at the forefront of this evolution," said Klein. "North Highland's unique business model and commitment to building long-term relationships through quality work attracted me to the company. I'm very excited to join a team of professionals with an obvious passion for being a catalyst for both client and employee success."
Klein holds a master of business administration from Duke University and a bachelor of business administration from Emory University.
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