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Growth is Central at Independent Canadian Agency

Strong, steady growth leads to twelve new hires

Toronto. November 11, 2016. Central Station capped its first full year of operation with a total of twelve new hires across creative, design, digital, account management and finance. Agency President-Partner, John Boniface reflected; “Seeing this type of growth, spread across a variety of disciplines is incredibly satisfying given what we set out to be. Helping our clients create, build and manage irresistible brands requires outstanding conceptual and physical branding skills. These skills span a range of important disciplines and we’re investing in each. These new hires really do show that our model is working quite nicely”.

The demand for new talent at the agency has been driven primarily through organic growth from clients such as Nike, Hudson’s Bay, Molson Coors, Lindt & Sprungli, IKO, Cougar Boots and the Toronto Blue Jays. The aquisition of new clients like Reinhart Foods, Echelon Wealth Partners and Street City Realty have also increased demand.

The new additions to Central Station include Chantelle D’Aoust (12), Rebecca Kearon (3), Dasha Kassenkova (10) and Ruthie Luff (4) in Account Management, Steve St. Jean (6), Beth Harris (1) and Kyle Elich (5) in Creative, Dave Rodgers (9) and Mike Zyhar (8) in Design, Michael Morganstein (11) in Digital, Jennifer Radford (7) in Production and Malik Pervez (2) in Finance.