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Strategy House 2019 Wrap Up

by Bridgette Palm
Categories: Company News
3 min

Strategy House reflects on our strides of 2019, highlighting some of our favorite parts of the year and preparing for 2020.

As 2019 wraps up, we want to take a moment to reflect on some of our biggest changes and accomplishments of the year. Throughout the year, we spend several days purposefully reflecting in order to prepare for the quarter ahead. We’re happy to be able to share a few of our proudest moments as we all get ready for the incredible opportunities 2020 will bring our team!

Becoming the Brand Management Agency Designed for Manufacturers

Early this year, we were faced with a few major decisions that helped us further cement our vision as an agency.

We were recognizing just how committed we had become to our manufacturing clients, and realized that our processes were really designed to guide manufacturers specifically through the digital transformation process. That big “A-HA” moment drove us to move forward officially as the brand management agency designed for manufacturers.

“Our processes were really designed to guide manufacturers specifically through the digital transformation process.”

Bridgette Palm

President, Strategy House

Strategy House as a Nationally Recognized Leader for Culture

As autumn came, we were excited to share that Strategy House was named one of the Top 10 Employer Branding Companies of 2019 by HRTech Outlook. We are incredibly proud of our employer branding strategies, and all the important changes our clients have already experienced after employing it.

Also, our fearless leader Katie Felten was tapped to speak at the Manufacturing Matters 2020 Conference. She is already preparing her presentation on how digital brand is impacting how companies attract and retain talent. She presents in February next year and we look forward to learning from the other presentations.

We were also interviewed for a Zendesk article on Culture and Community, and how it relates to growth goals.

We were happy to share a bit of our insight on the techniques we use to help our manufacturing clients understand what culture means in the digital world. We were selected among other companies because of the strong culture we’ve built for our team here at Strategy House.

A Growing Team for Growth Focused Services

Speaking of our team, we grew this year! We brought on Carmella, a talented writer to help us create powerful social media and brand story content for our clients. Quickly her position evolved and now she handles a variety of writing tasks and offers creative content solutions for our manufacturing clients.

During the summer, we recognized that our team was continuing to grow, and that we would do well with a dedicated, fun space for our team to gather. Though one of the perks of being on our team was access to remote working, our crew shared the desire to see and work with one another on a semi-regular basis.

We happily moved into an office at SPACES, a beautiful downtown office with plenty of space for our team to work and relax.

Quickly after we moved in, we brought Carl Cummings onto our team. We were at a point where we needed strategic creative direction, and we knew Carl had the experience and insight we were looking for.

Carl joined us in late summer and quickly became an integral part of our team. He has already made major waves in our process and we look forward to everything he will bring to our team in 2020.

As the year comes to an end, we feel so grateful for all the growth and progress we made in 2019. It was an incredible year and we feel quite prepared for the opportunities and adventures 2020 will surely bring our way. Happy New Year!

Bridgette Palm
Bridgette has developed a career around content. Her work as a writer and editor began nearly ten years ago, and since she has harnessed her experience working as a ghostwriter for business owners to develop marketing strategies that connect businesses to their ideal audiences through content. When not devoting her eye to content revision and development, she can be found reading, enjoying the diverse and delicious Milwaukee restaurant scene, or taking long road trips to explore America.