More NewsExecs & Accounts for June 1, 2005

Execs & Accounts for June 1, 2005

T3 hires account executives; Nanogen taps Red Door; Accipiter adds a client.

T3 hired three into account management roles. Jennifer Walker joins as account supervisor for new business. Meredith Gunthorp will be a senior account executive on Dell Catalog. Adriane Beers joins as an executive on the Marriott account.

Nanogen, which provides diagnostic tests to physicians, tapped Red Door Interactive to develop its new Web site. The San Diego agency will also create print ads and assist in some rebranding efforts.

Professional Media Group will use Accipiter’s hosted ad management product. The Norwalk, Conn.-based company publishes education-related magazines.

Eloqua hired Gary McGrath to head a new office in Marlborough, Massachusetts. The B2B “demand generation” firm’s customers include Akamai, Streamserve and Scansoft.

NETexponent partnered with Commission Junction to make CJ’s publishers, platforms and reporting tools available to its clients. The firms have already worked together on behalf of The New York Times, The Financial Times and others.

Microsoft will use Habeas’ SafeList to support email filtering on its MSN and MSN Hotmail platforms. Implementation is planned for this fall.

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