The Hoople Group Inks Four New Clients

The Hoople Group is pleased to announce the addition of four growing companies to their family of clients. While these clients are in four different industries, their goal is the same: to identify and reach new clients in a way that is meaningful and cost effective.

Capital TechSearch in Richmond, Virginia is a world-class technical recruiting firm supplying organizations with information technology talent on a contract, contract-to-hire or permanent basis. Owner Dave Ingram said, “The Hoople Group is our marketing quarterback. They help us navigate the worlds of public relations, new media and advertising.”

Capital TechSearch was recently honored as a member of the Inc. 5000. Now in its second year, the Inc. 5000, compiled by Inc. Magazine, is the most comprehensive portrait of fast-growing private companies assembled anywhere.

Taradel in Richmond, Virginia, is a direct marketing company that provides print and distribution solutions at lower costs than traditional marketing. They were named a 2008 winner of the Venture Forum’s “Company to Watch.” Taradel was also honored as a member of the 2008 Inc. 5000.

Gallo Consulting, Los Angeles, CA – Jon and Eileen Gallo are the country’s foremost experts on wealth-related family issues. They are the authors of “Silver Spoon Kids” and “The Financially Intelligent Parent.”

Game Theory, Inc. in Montreal, Quebec recently introduced the Digital Shield(R), a streamlined, open-palmed glove for the bottom hand, created to protect against blistering and chafing while maximizing tactile sensitivity. It is the only glove of its kind that conforms to USGA and R&A Rules.

Hoople Group co-owner Peter Kaufman said, “Times are changing and marketing firms need to change, too. Our clients want to understand, and take advantage of new media options. This has given us the opportunity to develop programs that are flexible as well as measurable. It’s an exciting time for us.”

Co-owner Heidi Workman continued, “It’s about reaching the client’s customers in a different way. We’re working with a lot of new media like Facebook, Twitter and Google rather placing space ads in newspapers, like we did years ago. It’s exciting and it means we’re always learning about new ways to help our clients.”

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