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KJT Group L.L.C. Continues Solid Growth
Date:1/16/2009

ROCHESTER, N.Y., Jan. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- KJT Group announces a former Harris Interactive executive has joined to serve as V.P. of Research. KJT Group is pleased to announce the appointment of J. Scott Moller, M.S. as V.P. of Research, KJT Group. A resident of Rochester, Mr. Moller has a BA in Economics and Political Science and earned his Master of Science in Public Policy Analysis from the University of Rochester. Before joining KJT Group, Scott was with Harris Interactive as a Senior Vice President within the Health Care division, where his total tenure spanned 11 years. Prior to Harris, he previously worked for four years as Director of Analytics for a direct marketing services firm. In that capacity, he leveraged artificial neural network algorithms and other predictive modeling for optimizing the strategy and tactics of marketing campaign executions in health insurance, medical imaging, and other market sectors.

"We are excited to have Scott join KJT Group to continue his leadership within a client driven research environment. His experience and leadership skills will help us to expand our business," states Dr. Kenneth J. Tomaszewski, Founder and CEO of KJT Group.

KJT Group is also pleased to announce the addition of Joseph DiGregorio as V.P. of Operations. Joseph was the former Director of Survey Programming at Harris Interactive and comes to KJT Group with 10 years of operational experience. Joseph received his B.A. in Mathematics from Nazareth College with a Secondary Education Certification. He previously worked as a technical consultant, survey programming manager and most recently as Director Survey Programming.

In recognition of her superior performance since 2007 at KJT Group, Lynn Clement has been promoted from Senior Research Consultant to V.P. of Healthcare Research. Lynn earned her MPH with a concentration in Health Policy and Management from Columbia University and her bachelor's degree in Health and Society from the University of Rochester. She has led a team of 5 researchers in the design and management of many qualitative and quantitative research projects in the US and abroad. Lynn has been a tremendous asset to the company and the clients she works with.

Founded in April 2007, KJT Group is an innovative consulting and market research company that offers qualitative and quantitative research methods aimed at improving client's global business results across both marketing and outcomes research. The company is headquartered in Rochester, New York. With more than $1 million in sales in its first 8 months of business, and more than $2 million in 2008, KJT Group is on track to exceed its business goal of $5 million in revenue for FY 2010. As of January, 2009, after 20 months in business, there are 16 full time employees.


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