Finding the Right Hire for Your Company

Mix master: Gregg S. Lipman of Cbx. Source: Photography by Axel Dupeux
Mix master: Gregg S. Lipman of Cbx.
Mix master: Gregg S. Lipman of CBX.
Photography by Axel Dupeux

Q: How do you make sure new hires will mesh well with your other employees and with your company's culture?

Gregg S. Lipman's hiring motto has always been: "Prima donnas need not apply." That should tell you all you need agency where Lipman is managing partner.

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