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Claire Gallagher
Business Development Manager Claire has over 10 years of consultative sales experience in the market research, media, and digital marketing industries. While she was an Account Executive with JupiterResearch, Claire worked with clients such as InterActive Corp, Hilton Hotels, Walmart.com, and Williams-Sonoma to name just a few. 

 Claire leads The Research Subscriber Series sales efforts.

 

Claire graduated from Hartwick College with a degree in Business Management. She can speak basic Arabic and French. Claire recently moved back to the Boston area after a plethora of wonderful years in San Francisco; to be closer to her family. Her motto is "Carpe Diem".  

She loves her Boston sports teams.


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