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Welcoming Tania Blake to the Team

Welcoming Tania Blake to the Team

Knak is a company of Marketers who market a marketing product to other Marketers. Naturally, our own marketing needs to be world-class, so when we began looking for a new marketing manager, we knew we needed someone incredible. Fortunately, we met Tania Blake.

Tania impressed us with her attention to detail, her experience marketing for one of the largest developers in Ottawa, and her unique ability to balance “process” with “getting stuff done.”

She comes to us from the Minto Group, where she spent seven years in various marketing and communications positions. In her last couple of years at Minto she worked as brand manager and led their rebrand. She’s also an accomplished photographer, passionate foodie and an all-around great addition to our team.

We’re super excited to welcome Tania, and we’re looking forward to partnering with her to spread the word about Knak.

Pierre Hage is a results-driven marketing leader who’s passionate about helping businesses grow. He’s known for his unique blend of strategic, creative, and operational abilities, and he loves to find new ways to solve problems and drive growth. Pierre is Knak’s Chief Marketing Officer, but outside work, he’s a self-described woodworker, family man, and professional “cottager.”

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