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Esquire Advertising Hires VP of Finance Amanda Huntington

Esquire Advertising Hires VP of Finance Amanda Huntington

Leading tech and advertising firm Esquire Advertising has hired Amanda Huntington as its new VP of Finance. Huntington will oversee all day-to-day financial operations while working alongside senior management to develop and communicate company-wide strategies for sustainable growth and increased market share.

“We are thrilled to bring Amanda onto our growing team here at Esquire,” said Eric Grindley, Founder, and CEO of Esquire Advertising. “Her deep knowledge and extensive experience will provide the support and resources we need to continue growing and moving forward in an ever-changing industry.”

Prior to joining Esquire, Huntington had a long and distinguished career in both marketing and finance. Shortly after graduating from the State University of New York College at Geneseo, she co-founded the email marketing firm IntegraClick, helping develop it into an agency with over 100 employees that grossed $120 million in its top-performing year.

Huntington also served as CFO for the retail merchandising company Creative Agency Services Team, and as Director of Operations for the New York Association of Psychiatric Rehab Services, a mental health services and training agency.

“I am excited to work for a dynamic organization that is building its brand through technological innovation, informed decision-making, and hard work,” said Huntington. “I’m already very impressed with this team’s knowledge and dedication and cannot wait to be a part of it.”

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