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The CHR Group Launches Stan Adler Associates In Toronto To Add Its Financial Services Marketing Practice In Canada

NEW YORK, Jan. 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The CHR Group, an integrated marketing services holding company, announces that it has launched Stan Adler Associates (SAA) in the Toronto market. SAA, a 35-year old award-winning financial marketing services firm, will join CHR companies Stone Canoe and ClarkHuot in the holding company's Canadian HQ in Toronto.

Since being established in 1979, Stan Adler Associates (SAA) has been a beacon of strength and skill throughout the financial services community. For more than three decades, the company has and continues to advise the most prominent names in the global financial services industry. After its acquisition by The CHR Group in November of 2013, Stan Adler Associates has used the holding company's geographic reach to begin doing business with Canadian financial institutions.

"We're very excited to be entering the Canadian market – it's a true milestone for the Adler brand," said Stan Adler, President and Creative Director of Stan Adler Associates. "We have already gained a healthy foothold in the market and believe that our unique combination of financial services expertise, practical business experience and creative resources makes us a valuable working partner."

"With Canada being considered one of the strongest financial services sectors in the world, this is a logical and strategic move for us," said Peter Clark, CEO of The CHR Group. "We are very eager to watch this brand grow in the Canadian market."

"Toronto is an increasingly growing market with regards to financial services," said Jonathan Zaback, Chief Strategy Officer & Partner at The CHR Group. "With our holding company already having a strong grip in Canada, adding Adler to our Toronto offices is a natural progression in our firm's growth."

About Stan Adler Associates (SAA)
For 35 years, Stan Adler Associates (SAA), a division of The CHR Group, has focused primarily on the strategic marketing needs of mutual funds, investment managers, hedge funds, asset management firms, real estate investment trusts and real estate leasing and management firms. Their work has consistently proven to increase the market share of their clients through new brand introductions, re-branding, marketing, and advertising. Their core offerings include: advertising, branding, analytics and research, digital and web development, graphic design, print collateral, media planning, print production, search engine optimization and strategic consulting and planning.

About The CHR Group


The CHR Group is an independent, globally oriented marketing services holding company. The firm has a unique vision on the evolution of the agency holding company and has been built and designed from the ground up to answer today's evolving client needs. The group offers a growing and integrated portfolio of marketing services companies. For more information about The CHR Group, please join us on Twitter @thechrgroup or visit our website at www.thechrgroup.com.

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