MNPR Blog

Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Schermer Kuehl Adds New Clients; Hires Account Manager, Senior Production Designer and Business Manager

Second quarter has been good to Minneapolis marketing agency Schermer Kuehl. Currently ranked one of the top B2B agencies in the country, the company has recently expanded its client roster to include Datacard Group, PureSafety and IdeaS – a SaS company. To support the acceleration in new business growth, the agency has added to its talent pool.

Seattle transplant Nat Jungerberg, joins the team as an account manager. He will support Schermer Kuehl clients with account and connection planning; creative strategy and marketing campaign management. Jungerberg recently relocated from Seattle, Wash., where he led brand building and marcom initiatives at GreenRubino for Microsoft, Washington State Tourism and Columbia Banking System.

Ann Dorrain will serve as the agency’s senior production designer. She established Dorrain Studio in 2000 and has been part of the Schermer Kuehl team as a freelance production artist for much of the past decade. She brings 20 years of experience and expertise in photo retouching, digital production and traditional and interactive design technologies.

As business manager, Robin Kaplan Faust will retain responsibility for all agency operations, including bookkeeping, payroll and employee benefits. Previously, Faust operated her own small business – Faust Business Services, and prior to that, served as a controller at Windlight Studios in Minneapolis.

Two interns, Lauren Donovan and Gianini Berarducci, have been hired to support the account services team. Donovan, a St. Cloud State University graduate, and Berarducci, a new alum of the University of St. Thomas, both received a bachelor of arts degree in Advertising.