Business Development

Hub Designs Creates Business Development Position


Hingham, MA, September 5, 2012Dan Power, President of Hub Designs, announced that Tom Atkinson has joined the firm as Director of Business Development. He will be responsible for new client acquisition as well as supporting client engagements and strategic alliances.

Mr. Power said, “As our master data management (MDM) consulting practice continues to grow rapidly and focus on MDM strategy and data governance, we are very pleased to add such a senior, talented business development professional to our firm. Tom’s experience in management, information services and consulting is extensive.”

Mr. Atkinson has twenty-five years of experience in the information industry and brings a wealth of experience to Hub Designs in data management, data integration and master data management. He spent more than twenty-two years at Dun & Bradstreet as a principal consultant serving D&B’s global major customers.  He won D&B’s prestigious leadership award nine times and was consistently recognized by customers for his thought leadership and customer advocacy.  Most recently, Tom led his own consulting firm, helping his clients to maximize the value they derive from their information assets.

Tom resides in Northport, New York with his wife Pam and six children.  In his spare time, Tom coaches AAU basketball and follows the NBA’s Atlanta Hawks, where his brother is an assistant coach.

About Hub Designs

Hub Designs ( has been a leading consulting firm specializing in the development and delivery of high value master data management (MDM) and data governance strategies since its founding in 2007. Hub Designs is headquartered in Hingham, Massachusetts, and its clients include leading companies in the financial services, life sciences, high tech, information services, manufacturing & distribution, payroll, publishing and telecommunications industries.

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Dan Power
President, Hub Designs
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