MS&L opens Quebec office and names SVP

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Manning Selvage & Lee (MS&L) named Lise Huneault as senior vice president and deputy manager of the firm's new office in Quebec. Under the leadership of Gayla Brock-Woodland, managing director of MS&L's Toronto office, MS&L is establishing a start-up in Montreal.
Huneault was vice president at National PharmaCom, Montreal, working with a number of pharmaceutical companies.
"Growing partnerships with clients in Quebec gave us a natural opportunity to create a solid foundation for MS&L in this important market," said Brock-Woodland. "The Montreal office will enhance MS&L's ability to service a number of national accounts."
"MS&L's entry into the Quebec market comes at a time when companies are looking for new PR agency options," says Huneault. "We can be a springboard for Quebec companies looking for a PR partner to support their expansion in Canada and internationally."
MS&L's new Montreal office will be housed within Publicis Canada offices Montreal. The firm will provide healthcare, consumer and corporate communications counsel in both French and English. The office will also work in partnership with sister agencies within the Publicis Groupe family.
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