March 28, 2016 – New York based Work&Partners LLC has recruited Mark Lewis as the first chief marketing officer for Clarity Solution Group, LLC. Alan J. Work led the search; he was retained to conduct the assignment in early December.
Mr. Lewis was formerly the practice lead at Slalom Consulting where he led marketing and development of the company’s products. Prior to that, he was strategy director at Goodby Silverstein & Partners and Venables Bell & Partners. Earlier in his career, he was account planning director for DDB San Francisco.
“Mark brought to the table all that Clarity is as a company — he lives and breathes client service excellence, helping companies gain the most value from their data while creating a home for the most talented consultants in the industry,” said Mr. Work. “He shares Clarity’s core values as a strong advocate for their clients and people, internally and externally. World class marketing will be integral in furthering the rapid growth of the business. Having served in many leadership roles, he has crafted stories for many pioneering global businesses.”
Clarity Solution Group is a professional services consultancy focused exclusively on driving business outcomes through data and analytics services. The firm provides the specialization of a boutique, the technical leadership of an emergent analytics firm, and the enablement scale of a large system integration provider.
Mr. Work has recruited a number of key senior level marketing professionals as the economy continues to expand. He recently recruited Alan C. Scott as chief marketing officer for Merrill Communications, LLC, an outsourcing services company. A specialist across technology, management consulting, financial services and various digital disciplines, Mr. Work has created a unique brand in search. Clients range from Capgemini and LiquidHub to Deloitte and PayPal.
“We consider ourselves ‘partners’ in every endeavor we undertake with all our clients,” he said. “That’s part and parcel of insuring mutual success throughout the relationship.”
Contributed by Dale M. Zupsansky, Managing Editor, Hunt Scanlon Media