BLUEPRINT CONSULTING SERVICES PROMOTES IAN HUNT TO VICE PRESIDENT OF CLIENT DEVELOPMENT

BELLEVUE, WA (February 16, 2017)- Blueprint Consulting Services, a nationwide full-service consulting firm, announced the promotion of Ian Hunt to Vice President of Client Development. Ian will have the primary responsibility of leading all of Blueprint’s client development efforts for the entire company.

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“Ian has a proven track record at client acquisition, launching and managing complex client engagements, and developing transformative solutions,” said Ryan Neal, President of Blueprint.

Ian Hunt joined the company in 2013 as Director and quickly made an impact in the company. He was later promoted to Managing Director, overseeing multiple engagements, client relationships and Directors within the company. Ian has over 20 years of experience and success growing, developing and retaining strategic and key account relationships. His expertise crosses over multiple industries including Tech, Telco, Media and Online in both B2B and B2C environment.

ABOUT BLUEPRINT:

Blueprint Consulting Services provides progressive business management and IT solutions that connect strategy and delivery. Its goal is to address business and technology needs for clients and collaborate with companies in architecting their future. Blueprint has a simple focus: identify and deliver measurable outcomes and provide exceptional results. Its thought leadership specializes in multiple areas of business transformation including solutions involving organizational change, go-to-market planning, product development plans, data acquisition and visualization and cloud strategies.

The Puget Sound Business Journal named Blueprint the #1 Fastest-Growing Private Company in Washington State for 2015 and 2016. They rank 166th on Inc. 5000’s 2016 Fastest-Growing Company in the nation and were acknowledged as one of Washington’s Best Workplaces by the Puget Sound Business Journal. To learn more about Blueprint, visit www.bpcs.com or follow @blueprintcsllc on Twitter.


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