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Two New Hires At ThinData

E-mail marketing company ThinData is going crazy with the hiring. Not only are they “posting Paid Job Listings on One Degree”:, they’ve also just announced two new hires:
bq.. ThinData, a leader in permission-based email marketing, is pleased to announce the appointment of John Vavaroutsos to Director, Account Management and Renee Racine to Director, Content.
John brings to the table his expertise in managing campaigns for some of the world’s largest brands including P&G, Staples, AOL and Loblaws to the table. He is an effective leader, set to develop efficiencies and processes that will bring even greater agility to our client response.
Renee offers a mix of creative and account service experience in interactive marketing communications. She adds a level of strategic content expertise to the ThinData offering, having developed content, site structure and online marketing campaigns for such companies as Lavalife, Foresters, A&P, and Hilton.
p. Let’s hope we see more growth for more Canadian companies as the year winds down.

One Comment

  1. Chris Carder
    Chris Carder October 15, 2005

    Hi Ken, we did it again… another hire to end the week. And this time it was… an HR Manager (Tanja Martinovich).
    ThinData has now grown from a team of 18 to 45 since January and we presently have another 10 open positions.
    Tanja’s arrival is part of ThinData’s continued commitment to our number one resource, our people.
    And it’s part of our committment to keep earning our designation as CNMA Employer of the Year (2002).
    Tanja has spent the past decade working in human resources, starting with CIBC in the Operation and Technology Department — where she led the co-op recruitment process for technology students. Tanja also has her HRPAO designation.
    She also fits in with the great ThinData spirit of giving back to the community… In her spare time she works with an organization in the winter months that teaches children with physical and mental challenges to ski.
    – Chris, ThinData

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