Phoenix Marketing International Drives Continued Growth, Hiring Caryn Brouwer as SVP Client Services
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NEW YORK, October 11, 2019 – Global Advertising and Brand Specialist Phoenix Marketing International (Phoenix MI) is proud to welcome Caryn Brouwer as SVP Client Services to their team.
Brouwer will be working closely with Phoenix MI leadership to drive continued growth of all of Phoenix’s advertising, brand, customer experience, and marketing consulting capabilities.
“We are extremely excited to have Caryn join our team at Phoenix,” said Martha Rea, President of Phoenix MI. “Caryn’s plethora of knowledge, relationships, and consultative skill set she brings to Phoenix will only increase and enhance the insights we bring to our clients as we continue our upward growth trajectory.”
Brouwer comes to Phoenix MI as a 14-year veteran of Ipsos, where she held a variety of leadership roles in strategic brand and communications research across sectors. Caryn holds a bachelor’s degree in marketing from the Kogod School of Business at American University and an MBA in Management of Information Systems from NJIT.
Caryn will be based out of Phoenix’s MI’s NYC office and will work closely with the rest of the Senior Phoenix team in the US and abroad.
About Phoenix Marketing International
Founded in 1999, Phoenix Marketing International has over 400 employees across seven offices in the US, as well as offices in Hamburg, Shanghai, Mexico City, and London. Phoenix MI is considered one of the Top Research Firms in the US (American Marketing Association Gold Report) and is one of the fastest-growing Market Research firms in the world. In 2018, Phoenix MI acquired Nielsen’s TV Brand Effect, making it one of the largest ad and brand performance measurement firm in the U.S. Phoenix MI works in all major industries, helping its clients build and measure brands and communications, create and refine the products and services that they deliver, and optimize their customers’ experience.Back to Explore