More NewsExecs & Accounts for December 2, 2005

Execs & Accounts for December 2, 2005

Return Path hires Malaspina to head customer acquisition product group; UN Conference on Trade and Development names Elkin to chair meeting on info and communication.

Return Path hired Dennis Malaspina as VP of sales and client development for its customer acquisition solutions products, including Postmaster Direct. Malaspina was sales manager at American List Counsel.

The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development named Noah Elkin to chair its expert meeting on information and communication. Elkin is iCrossing’s director of industry relations.

House of Blues Entertainment has licensed Soapbox Mobile’s mobile marketing and CRM platform. Called Soapbox Anywhere, the product will let House of Blues manage keywords and messages across numerous short codes.

iPost has developed confirmation and promotional emails for Kimpton Hotel and Restaurant Group. The work comes through a partnership with e-commerce provider Pegasus Solutions.

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