Monday, February 11, 2013, by Louis Sakoda, Harrison Hayes, LLC
For the first time in almost 30 years, fast food giant Wendy's is attempting to rebrand itself. Wendy's is not only redesigning their time-tested logo, but they are completely renovating the style of their restaurants as well. Does a restaurant chain as large as Wendy's really need to undergo such a significant brand change? Wendy's CMO Craig Bahner seems to think so:
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CHARLOTTE, NC – February 1, 2013/Press Release – Today Harrison Hayes, a boutique innovation and strategy consulting firm, announced the opening of a new office location in lower Manhattan.
The new Manhattan office location will better enable Harrison Hayes to serve its life science based clients. Bill Smith, Founder and Managing Director, will oversee the New York office operations. Harrison Hayes's corporate headquarters will continue to be based in Charlotte.
"We have been considering opening a New York office for two years," said Perry Lewis, Vice President at Harrison Hayes. "Considering that the majority of our clients are based in the greater New York area, we believe Manhattan is a great fit for our business moving forward."
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