Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research, the Democratic research and consulting firm, which has advised political leaders from former President Bill Clinton to the late Nelson Mandela, announced Monday that it’s expanding operations into Canada.
GQR Canada is launching under the leadership of Canadian strategist, Don Guy.
“We are thrilled Don is joining to head up our Canadian arm. His vast expertise on Canadian politics and our experience on engineering winning strategies for campaigns and corporations are the perfect match for this new office,” Jeremy Rosner, Executive Vice President of GQR, said in a news release announcing the move.
Guy will head the Toronto-based office as managing director. He boasts some 25 years of experience in Canadian politics. Along with being named to head the firm’s Canadian office, Guy was also named vice president in GQRR’s global practice.
“I am delighted to be returning to my first professional love—polling—and to bring the leading edge insights and tools that have driven global progressive change to my clients in Canada,” he said in the release.
Elizabeth Sena, Vice President at GQRR and leader of GQRR Analytics, will also join Guy to help jumpstart the firm in an effort to expand GQR’s client base in Canada.