The C2 Group Welcomes Two New Faces

Sara Vereeke
C2 Team Member Alumni

The C2 Group has grown in recent weeks.

Let's get to know the new hires – both, ironically enough, named Brian.

Brian Beaupied

Brian Beaupied - The C2 Group

In June, Brian Beaupied joined C2 as its Marketing Communications Manager. Brian will be responsible for representing the voice and supporting the brand of C2 in all written deliverables, specifically those with ties to sales and marketing activities. He'll also oversee C2's blog and social media accounts.

A graduate of Grand Valley State University, Brian has six years' experience in communications and digital media/journalism. Prior to joining C2, Brian was an award-winning sportswriter, covering Michigan and Michigan State football and basketball, professional and amateur golf, and a myriad of high school and recreational sports. Previously, Brian led campaign communications and marketing strategy for a former Michigan state representative.

In his free time, Brian enjoys golfing and spending time on the water with his friends and family.

Brian Hill

Brian Hill - The C2 Group

Earlier this week, C2 welcomed Brian Hill on is its new Project Lead. Brian will work in a client-facing role, balancing customer needs while leading C2 staff through the web design and development process.

Whether it's choosing to engage with a laptop or a mobile device, Brian's passion is in creating memorable digital experiences. To see clients and users interact with our products, and learning what can be done to make them as consistent and user-friendly as possible, is what gets Brian out of bed every morning. Before joining The C2 Group, Brian worked closely with clients for a leading credit card company, where he learned what goes into creating an award-winning digital experience.

Outside of the office, Brian, a soon-to-be father of three, enjoys spending time at home with his wife and young family. He plays golf terribly and loves Chicago sports – except for the White Sox.

What these same-named hires will almost certainly cause in workplace confusion, they'll more than make up for in ensuring continuity in C2 services, client relations, and deliverables. Well worth it, we think.

Welcome aboard, Brian and Brian.

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