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Andrew Brittingham, Business Development, Employment Partners

Andrew Brittingham Business Development, Employment Partners

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Contact

Phone: 615-309-2388
Fax: 865-862-7552
abrittingham@lbmc.com

Location

Nashville

Connect

Andrew Brittingham is in business development with LBMC Employment Partners, LLC.

Using the people, products, and services of LBMC Employment Partners, Andrew helps to create long-term, strategic partnerships.

Andrew works to develop and implement opportunities with organizations across the U.S.  He helps companies enhance productivity and increase profitability as well as develops relationships with core leaders of target companies, and through the process of discovery, creates opportunities. He assists in putting together a team of subject matter experts, and with them develops a strategy to meet the goals of the client, then quarterbacks the implementation of that opportunity.

Experience

Andrew joins LBMC Employment Partners in a Business Development role and has previously held similar positions with ExamOne, Vanderbilt Mortgage and Finance, and WorkSpace Interiors.

Community Involvement

Andrew is active in the Nashville, Knoxville and Maryville communities and continues to support many professional and civic organizations, including:

  • Nashville Junior Chamber
  • Nashville Sports Leagues
  • Blount County Chamber of Commerce
  • Blount Youth Leadership Development
  • Financial Executives International
  • HealthCare 21 Business Coalition
  • Knoxville Chamber of Commerce
  • Young Professionals of Knoxville

Outside the Office

A native of Jackson, Tennessee, Andrew now resides in Nashville with his wife, Laura, and dog, Sophie. When not working, Andrew enjoys spending time with family and friends as well as cheering on “his” Vols!

Education

  • University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with a focus on Marketing and International Business, 2008
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