Print+Promo 2019: Under 40
Greg Schwartz, 34
Vice President of Sales, Hotcards
His differentiating factor: I focus only on things that I can control, and that is providing the best possible service for my clients.
Jamie Hoelscher, 32
Director of Merchandising, ePromos Promotional Products Inc.
What she likes best about her job: I love watching how retail trends translate into our industry, and it’s been especially exciting to watch that evolution over the past few years.
Matt Del Valle, 34
President, Stan Miller & Associates LLC Powered by Proforma
His most meaningful business accomplishment: No amount of sales, no monetary value. The most meaningful accomplishment to me is being able to give back to the youth via multiple volunteer platforms.
Danielle J. Kay, 39
Sales Executive Manager, Stylerite Label Corp.
Her most meaningful business accomplishment: I would say my greatest accomplishments would be building mutual trust, respect, significant credibility and personal relationships with all my customers.
H. Zachary Ottenstein, 36
Director, Senior Living and Hospitality, The Image Group
What he likes best about his job: The most rewarding part of my job is seeing our team grow and thrive.
Sam Wright, 34
Manager of Business Development, Pocket Folders Fast
Her differentiating factor: I don’t think it makes logical sense to look at technology or the economy as opponents when it comes to printing. Those who embrace these changes within the print industry will continue to succeed and grow.
Matt Gleckler, 39
Senior Account Executive, American Solutions for Business
What he likes best about his job: I really enjoy the people I work with in Columbus and how we work as a team to take tremendous care of our customers.
Sarah Whitaker, 32
Owner, Client Success Manager, Williams Advertising LLC
What she likes best about her job: When I see an idea I’ve had impact my clients' business, or help them make money or increase their brand awareness—that’s so much fun.
Chris Hickman, 39
Vice President of Direct Sales, Regency360
His most meaningful business accomplishment: I’ve sold some big deals in my time, but my most meaningful accomplishment is helping our younger sales reps find success.
Caitlin L. Martin, 30
Vice President, Sales and Marketing, Safeguard of the Hudson Valley
Her differentiating factor: There is a ton of competition with online vendors and larger companies doing the same type of work that I do, but what differentiates me from the competition, in my opinion, is my customer service and follow-up.
Sadie Kikkert, 21
Sales Coordinator, PromoPlace
Her most meaningful business accomplishment: I enjoy finding connections with each individual client that I never thought I had.
Corey Lewis, 29
Senior Print Producer, AbelsonTaylor
His differentiating factor: Being adaptable is key to surviving a changing print world. On my end, a lot of the more traditional offset work and large web runs are going away, but digital solutions are rapidly rising to meet the demand for low-quantity print runs.
Greta Mantell, 31
Senior Account Executive, Image Source
Her differentiating factor: As long as I continue to be a branded merchandise consultant and partner, rather than just selling swag, I feel as if I will always be a vital and relevant partner to my clients.
James JB Kennedy, 33
President, Co-Founder, CURAtive
His differentiating factor: We don’t really worry about what the other shops are doing, and we focus on producing the best possible product and experience when working with us.
Courtney Bruce, 24
Marketing Engagement Manager, Real Sourcing Network (RSN)
What she likes best about her job: I get to see ideas turn into projects and projects grow from the ground up. It’s really awesome to be a part of and know my ideas, as well as the people I work directly with, are what is contributing to RSN’s success.