Horah Group Restructures, Lays Off Employees

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The Horah Group has downsized, laying off an unspecified number of employees, company chairman Dick Goldsmith said yesterday.


"There has not been and will not be any change in our ability to provide our clients with the best possible service and all the advantages that our newly restructured agency has to offer" Goldsmith said in a statement. "Our core business, as a direct marketing agency, remains strong as does our list business, Multichannel Lists.


Goldsmith said the employees who were laid off were in areas where they were not fully utilized. He said Horah did business last year with more than 50 diverse companies.


"I restructured the company so that we can concentrate our resources," he said.


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