M/A/R/C Research promotes Brad Seipel to executive vice president

Seipel has deep experience across a wide range of industries, including agri-business and animal health.

M/A/R/C Research, an insights and strategies consulting firm, recently announced the promotion of Brad Seipel to executive vice president. With a commitment to superior client service and strong partner relationships, he will also continue in his role as group director of account management.

With more than 17 years in the insights industry, Seipel has consistently used his business acumen and strategic insights to help spur M/A/R/C’s clients’ growth and continued success. He has deep experience across a wide range of industries, including agri-business, animal health (companion and food animal), automotive, life science, consumer goods (including alcohol and tobacco) and financial services.

“Brad’s leadership and energy in identifying and moving forward strategies have significantly improved our competitive position and relevance with clients and industry partners,” said Randy Wahl, president of M/A/R/C.

Seipel generously provides thought leadership to the insights industry. He is a frequent guest speaker on webinars and at conferences, is a member of the Insights Association and sits on the board of directors of Project Evergreen, a national non-profit organization committed to bringing people together to create healthy green spaces.

M/A/R/C Research is a consulting firm focused on providing insights and strategies, enabling clients to make informed decisions and move their business forward. In a rapidly changing world, M/A/R/C delivers agile solutions to create, evaluate and strengthen brands. At the forefront of innovative research, M/A/R/C turns data into narratives that resonate and provide clarity to clients worldwide.

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