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January 21, 2014

HR Consulting Firm The Talent Company Announces Scott Bryan as Vice President of Consulting

Markham, Ontario, Canada – January 21, 2014 – Human Resources consulting firm The Talent Company has announced the appointment of Scott Bryan as Vice President of Consulting.

“Scott’s addition to our executive leadership team is a significant step forward in the evolution of The Talent Company,” says Joe Minaudo, Partner of the Strategy and Transformation Advisory practice. “With Scott’s experience in providing some of the most complex and value-added Branding solutions, The Talent Company becomes well positioned to provide a more expanded offering in helping clients to attract, engage and retain top talent.”

Effective immediately, Scott Bryan becomes practice leader of The Talent Company’s Marketing, Branding and Communications practice. In addition, Scott will work closely with practice leaders within The Talent Company to expand market leadership and explore new client opportunities within the human resources advisory space.

“I’m sincerely delighted to join this talented and passionate group of experts. The partners at The Talent Company are some of the most well respected HR executives in the industry. I also look forward to building true partnerships with our clients as we provide them with practical solutions and support” says Scott Bryan.

The Talent Company is a human resources consulting firm that enables organizations to achieve superior business results through the strategic acquisition, management and elevation of talent. Our organization is comprised of leading human resources, executive coaching, compensation, and talent experts with proven track records of client and organizational success. Our collective resources, vast experience and extensive industry knowledge enhance our ability to deliver outstanding value to our clients.

The Talent Company – Practical Solutions. Exceptional Results.


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Joe Minaudo

The Talent Company


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