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Ugam Appoints Three in New York

January 19 2015

In New York, managed analytics firm Ugam has appointed former Nielsen SVP Robert Clark as Business Strategy Consultant and former All Global director Angela Park as Sales Director, while Sau Lam joins as the firm's new Client Director.

Robert Clark, Angela Park and Sau LamFounded in 2000, Ugam serves global clients via a team of 1,000-plus based in Mumbai and Coimbatore, India, as well as in New York, Dallas and London. The firm's services include multi-country and domestic project management, data collection, tabs and analysis, competitive intelligence solutions and predictive analytics.

Clark previously served as Nielsen's SVP of Insights and Consulting, prior to which he held senior research roles at Harris Interactive, Lieberman Research Worldwide and ORC International, and founded COMQuest Research. He began his career at telecoms giant Verizon/Bell Atlantic Corporation, before moving to outsourcing specialist Convergys.

Park joins from healthcare data specialist All Global, where she was Director of Business Development, before which she worked for GfK as Director of Sales and Marketing. Lam joins from software product engineering and services company Xoriant, where she served as a Client Success Manager, having previously been a Senior Analyst and Project Manager at AMI-Partners.

Commenting on the appointments, CMO Madhav Mirani said: 'Robert, Angela and Sau bring years of market research industry-specific experience to Ugam. They understand the needs of the marketplace and know how to build, sustain and grow market research relationships, and deliver superior results to clients. All three will be great assets to our team.'

Web site: www.ugamsolutions.com .

All articles 2006-21 written and edited by Mel Crowther and/or Nick Thomas unless otherwise stated.

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