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SBJ/June 10-16, 2013/Marketing and Sponsorship
GMR announces executive moves in consulting division
Published June 10, 2013, Page 12
GMR Marketing announced recently a number of executive changes that are the first in a series of adjustments the agency plans to make as it combines its hospitality group, SportsMark, with its consulting group, GMR.
Senior vice president Tyson Webber has been promoted to executive vice president of client management. He will be relocating from the agency’s Charlotte office to its headquarters in New Berlin, Wis., where he will oversee GMR’s client relations work. He will oversee five senior vice presidents and work with the agency’s staff on consulting, digital services, events, promotions and sponsorship activation.
Greg Busch, who has held the executive vice president of client management position for more than three years, will assume a new senior role in corporate consulting, which will be announced a a later date.
SportsMark founder Jan Katzoff is overseeing the merger between SportsMark and GMR. There will be additional structural changes made in the future, but those plans have not been announced.