• Haley Saich

New Employee

IRVINE, Calif. – Ranked one of the top 100 design firms in the nation, H. Hendy Associates hires its first marketing director to aid in H. Hendy Associates’ national expansion, said company chief executive officer, Henry Hendy.

The new executive, Patti Breland, plans to implement the firm’s business development activities and work with the design staff to obtain new clients across the nation.

Breland plans to increase company advertising, improve branding efforts and publicize professional publications in addition to H. Hendy Associates’ initial marketing strategies. Breland will target clients in Chicago and New York City to start H. Hendy Associates’ ten-year plan, said Hendy.

With over 20 years of experience in the marketing industry, Breland previously worked with JCM Facilities Planning and Management for seven years where she managed corporate relocations and assisted in marketing efforts, said Hendy.

“Based on Patty’s extensive marketing expertise and prior experience in obtaining new clients and company relocations, I am confident she will be the missing piece to our puzzle to expand H. Hendy Associates nationally,” said Hendy.

About H. Hendy Associates H. Hendy Associates is an interior planning and design agency founded in 1999 in Irvine. Ranking 42 out of the 100 top design firms in the nation, according to Architectural Digest, H. Hendy Associates focuses on preliminary building and site analysis and post occupancy evaluations. For more information, visit hhendyassociates.com.

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