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Joan McGeough The DAK Group CMO Recognized as a Leading Brand Builder in New Jersey

Joan McGeough is Chief Marketing Officer at The DAK Group

Joan McGeough The DAK Group CMO Recognized as a Leading Brand Builder in New Jersey

Leading Women Entrepreneurs Named Joan McGeough, The DAK Group’s CMO on their Top 25 Brand Builders List

Rochelle Park,  N.J., September 22, 2017— The DAK Group’s Chief Marketing Officer, is one of the 25 women recognized on Leading Women Entrepreneurs’ (LWE) prestigious Brand Builders list. McGeough received recognition at today’s Leading Women Entrepreneurs Brand Builders luncheon at the Fiddler’s Elbow Country Club in Bedminster Township.

All women recognized on this prestigious list are breaking barriers in the field of public relations, advertising and marketing. Each are responsible for developing, designing and achieving success with some of the most successful brands thriving in today’s business world.

“Joan is a dynamic brand builder, helping to develop the recognition of the DAK brand in the M&A market. She has an uncanny ability to communicate with business owners address their concerns and understand their passions.” Says Alan Scharfstein, President of The DAK Group.

Linda Wellbrock, Founder of the Leading Women Entrepreneurs, says, “The honorees are amazing role models for women in entrepreneurship and business everywhere. Their tremendous accomplishments are representative of the increasing impact women are making in the world of business.”

“It is an honor to be included in this list of talented marketing experts, that work every day building brands and keeping our businesses at the forefront” says McGeough.

To see the complete list and biography of the 25 honorees, see the Leading Women Entrepreneurs press release.

Leading Women Entrepreneurs was founded to acknowledge female, business owners who exhibit outstanding performance in market potential, innovation, community involvement and advocacy for women. Learn more about their mission here.

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