Sarasota, FL – March 8, 2013 – Next-Mark, LLC today announced the appointment of Steve Wroczynski, Director of Creative Strategy and Kerry Shaw, Manager of Account Services.
Wroczynski comes to the firm after spending several years as a Marketing Director and Graphic Designer based in Jacksonville, FL. He polished his skills in visual communication and typography in Marshall University’s Art Program. Steve brings to Next-Mark a wealth of experience building client creative strategy and developing brands.
Shaw recently led an information technology marketing team at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. A Colby College graduate, she began her career as a Marketing Assistant at Penguin Putnam, then moved to OgilvyInteractive – Ogilvy & Mather where she helped clients create strategies for their digital content. At Next-Mark, Kerry will oversee client account management and assist with content development.
“I am very pleased to have Steve and Kerry on the Next-Mark team,” said Joseph Grano, Next-Mark president and founder. “With the skills and experience they bring to the firm, we are poised to continue to grow, add to our capabilities, and strengthen relationships with our clients.”
About Next-Mark, LLC
Next-Mark was founded in 2005 to help client organizations reach their full potential through marketing success. Breaking away from the constraints of traditional marketing service organizations, the Next-Mark team takes an intuitive marketing approach, integrating our experience, analytics and innovation in developing strategic marketing solutions to meet clients’ individual needs. Next-Mark focuses on internationally and nationally recognized brands along with growing companies across a broad spectrum of categories, including healthcare, technology, retail, real estate, environmental, marine products and tourism, among others. With clients from Alaska to The Netherlands, its roster includes industry leaders such as LexisNexis, The Rivolta Group, Elsevier Health Sciences and Nuance Communications, among many others.