KB&P Shakes Off Doldrums




NEW YORK – With $80 million in new billings, Kirshenbaum Bond & Partners has already made 1998 its most successful year to date. As a result, the New York shop will make about 30 new hires and elevate two staffers to vice president.
The growth spurt follows a mediocre 1997, in which billings and revenues each grew less than 10 percent and the shop lost five clients.

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