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Jellyfish has a new head of US operations

Jim Hamilton will be based out of the digital marketing agency's Baltimore HQ.

Jim Hamilton. (Photo courtesy of Jellyfish)

Jellyfish brought on digital marketing executive Jim Hamilton as its head of U.S. operations.
Hamilton previously worked as VP and managing director of Hearst Corp. subsidiary iCrossing, where he led offices in New York and Washington, D.C.
Now, Hamilton will lead U.S. operations for Jellyfish from the digital marketing agency’s Baltimore headquarters. In addition to the Inner Harbor outfit, he will head the company’s offices in New York and San Francisco.
Jellyfish has about 270 employees spread between offices in the U.K. and South Africa.

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