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Lee Ann Daly Joins The Talent Business As US Chairman

Lee Ann Daly has joined The Talent Business, a global executive search firm specialising in marketing, advertising and communications, as US Chairman

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Lee Ann Daly has joined The Talent Business, a global executive search firm specialising in marketing, advertising and communications, as US Chairman.

Lee Ann Daly, whose previous roles include EVP/Global Chief Marketing Officer at Thomson Reuters, and EVP Marketing at ESPN, will work in a non-executive capacity alongside The Talent Business’ Global Chairman & CEO, Gary Stolkin, North America Managing Director, Maria Gianoutsos, and Global Head of Innovation, Andy Wardlaw. She will play a key role in shaping The Talent Business’ offering as it continues its expansion in the US.

Daly is based in Los Angeles, where The Talent Business opened its second office in the US last week. The Talent Business already has a team of ten in New York and seventy staff globally.

Gary Stolkin said: “Lee Ann’s experience driving marketing strategy and communications delivery for businesses that operate at the intersection of technology and creativity is going to be invaluable for The Talent Business as we continue to grow our capability and offering in the US. The professionalism, transparency and integrity that Lee Ann brings to everything that she does will be a touchstone for our team in the US and for The Talent Business globally.”

Lee Ann Daly said: “Many of today’s billion dollar businesses didn’t exist five years ago. I have been impressed by The Talent Business’ leadership and partnership in successfully matching top global creative executives to emerging ‘new establishment’ businesses. The Talent Business has access to a truly international pool of experienced, proven creative innovators and is filling a much needed gap in the US based recruiting space.”