Beanstalk promotes duo

New directors of brand management appointed as firm looks to expand.
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Beanstalk has promoted two executives as it looks to build on its current success.

Kim Krizelman is now director of brand management at Beanstalk, with responsibilities for clients including Salma Hayek, DOW and P&G among others.

Meanwhile, Jennifer Gallow is taking on the same position, but with responsibility for Paris Hilton, P&G and Stanley Black & Decker among others. She will also have oversight of Beanstalk's acquisitions business.

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