Digital Dog Direct Welcomes David Krawczuk As Chief Operations Officer
Digital Dog Direct (DDD) is proud to announce David Krawczuk has joined the team as Chief Operations Officer at its headquarters in Ewing, N.J. Krawczuk fulfills both a strategic and operational role, taking the helm on day-to-day management while also driving the company forward as a leader in the direct marketing industry.
“Dave comes to us with a tremendous knowledge of the business,” said Ken Maisel, president of Digital Dog Direct. “He is a proven leader with a thorough understanding of sophisticated data processing and complex marketing integrations. His ability to implement successful growth strategies and stay abreast of industry technology and advances in data-driven marketing programs will benefit Digital Dog Direct immensely.”
Krawczuk brings more than 30 years of experience in offset and digital printing, marketing communications, direct mailing and project consulting to his role at Digital Dog Direct. Most recently he served six years as VP, marketing technology for Mittera/EarthColor in Parsippany, N.J. Prior to that he was VP, Operations for the digital division of Sandy Alexander in Clifton, N.J.
Krawczuk is an expert in digital workflow processes, document creation and reproduction. His knowledge of electronic prepress and variable data programming combined with his relationships with leading technology companies, will enhance Digital Dog Direct’s highly-customized single-source printing, mailing and direct marketing solutions with an extremely fast turnaround. A resident of Stroudsburg, Pa., Krawczuk studied Economics at Montclair State University.
“I am extremely excited to join the phenomenal team at Digital Dog Direct,” said Krawczuk. “I believe the best marketing message is one that is data driven — and with the top-quality service and state-of-the-art equipment at DDD, we can deliver that message for any brand!”
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