BrainJuicer Group appoints Alex Hunt to its Board as Executive Director in charge of Market Research Business

– UK, London – BrainJuicer Group PLC (AIM:BJU), announces that it has promoted Alex Hunt, who has headed its successful business in the Americas since 2015, to run its market research business worldwide. With effect from 1st April 2017, Alex will join BrainJuicer’s Board of Directors, where he will join the three current executive directors, CEO John Kearon, CFO James Geddes, and COO Alex Batchelor, and the three non-executive directors, Ken Ford (Chairman), Robert Brand and Graham Blashill.

Alex, who is 35, has over 15 years of marketing experience and a proven track record of helping clients grow famous brands and develop award winning and effective communications. He began his career with Millward Brown, part of the WPP group, where he worked with a range of large consumer products, media, financial and retail clients in the UK and US. Alex joined BrainJuicer in 2009, and became co-head of its US business in 2012. Alex is a regular speaker at marketing and insights industry events as well as at several US business schools.

Commenting on the announcement, John Kearon said: “Alex is a phenomenal leader and has built a great team and successful business in the US and Latin America. Alex’s leadership of the market research business globally is an exciting part of our plans for the company’s next phase of ambitious growth. We’re delighted to welcome Alex to the Board and look forward to achieving great things together in the coming years.”

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