David Turgeon Joins Fruchtman Marketing
He brings 25 years of experience to his new role with the jewelry marketing agency.
Turgeon has 25 years of experience in strategic business planning, finance and operations, and brand development in the luxury retail sector, including a tenure as a senior consultant for the late Kate Peterson’s Performance Concepts.
He brings to the role a wealth of knowledge and visionary leadership, the firm said.
“David’s depth of knowledge within the industry will now provide our clients a 360-degree strategy of their entire business not offered by any other firm in the industry,” said Fruchtman Marketing President Ellen Fruchtman.
“We have always said marketing is but one component of the success of any business. We now have the full capability of offering a level of consultation that delves into the intricacies of their business. We have known and worked with David in his other business capacity for well over a decade. There could be no better person to join this organization to help our clients reach their full potential.”
Turgeon began his career with Canadian luxury retailer Henry Birks & Sons in Montreal, where he spent almost a decade serving as the brand’s national fine jewelry buyer and national brand marketing manager.
He has degrees in English literature and business administration.
“I am deeply honored to join the forward-thinking team at Fruchtman Marketing. We are united by shared core values, and I am particularly inspired by their commitment to investing in the success of their clients. This opportunity presents a thrilling challenge, and I am excited to contribute,” Turgeon said.
The firm, founded in 1981, provides services including SEO, paid search, social marketing, web design, email marketing, and more traditional avenues like direct mail, co-op management and broadcast.
“This strategic addition to the team enhances Fruchtman’s leadership and aligns perfectly with the firm’s ambitious growth trajectory,” the company said.
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