More NewsExecs & Accounts for November 7, 2005

Execs & Accounts for November 7, 2005

IProspect wins international business; Feedster gets new president; and Coremetrics makes new VP hire.

iProspect Netherlands has added numerous clients, including DHL and ING Card. The search marketing firm, part of Aegis’ Isobar network, plans to open several international offices in the coming year.

Feedster promoted Chris Redlitz to President. Redlitz has led the company on an interim basis since CEO Scott Rafer departed earlier this year. Before that he was VP of sales and marketing.

Coremetrics hired Heather Brunner as VP of client services. She held a similar post at Trilogy, leading its new business and consumer electronics verticals. She also worked at Oracle and Andersen Consulting.

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