Kramer Madison Celebrates 85 Years and New Hire
Kramer Madison is proud to announce and welcome Joe Bauernhuber as Associate Creative Director. He will be responsible for developing and executing branded experiences for cross channel initiatives strengthening our clients position in the market.
“I couldn’t be more excited to work with Joe again. This is the second time I’ve hired him,” said Brooke Barney, Marketing and Creative Services director. “We had the opportunity to work together several years ago developing data-driven, multi-channel creative solutions. Joe is a good storyteller and collaborator. He is going to be a great addition to the growing Kramer family.”
CELEBRATING 85 YEARS
In 1936, Mildred Kramer Gill, one of the first women to graduate from the UW-Madison School of Business, founded Kramer Printing. Gill was a pioneer in an industry dominated by men and built a flourishing letter shop on the Capitol Square. In its 85th year of business, Kramer Madison is now a certified Women-Owned Small Business and will be celebrating both our legacy and those who have contributed to our history and accomplishments.
“While it’s important to recognize our historical milestones and relive past moments, it is equally important to look to the future,” shared Gina Weise, President, Kramer Madison. “The onboarding of Milwaukee County Transit System and a few other new key accounts have supported our investment in a new press and bindery equipment boosting capabilities and streamlining production. We have a lot to be optimistic about this year. We can’t wait to share with our clients how these opportunities will benefit their marketing goals.”
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