May 13, 2004
"… client growth strategies and consultative sales methodology …"

More news from the world of edbiz:

NEW YORK, May 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Berkery, Noyes & Co., the leading investment bank specializing in the information market, adds Christopher Curran, a veteran of the education industry, to its senior staff, the firm announced today.

Mr. Curran is the latest addition to the senior staff at Berkery, Noyes, the longtime leader in investment banking for the education market. As Managing Director, Curran will provide mergers and acquisitions advice, financial consulting, and strategic research services in the K-12, college, corporate training and for-profit education markets.

Mr. Curran, most recently a Managing Director at Eduventures, Inc., brings a wide range of education, management, and consulting experience to Berkery, Noyes. At Eduventures, a global leader in education strategic research consultancy, Curran managed all business development functions, consulted on client growth strategies, and developed the company's consultative sales methodology.

I suppose this is the sort of verbiage that goes with free market education. I'm for it, I further suppose. But … yuck.

Posted by Brian Micklethwait at 10:00 PM
Category: The private sector