Milwaukee's Most Diverse and Vibrant Neighborhood
Dozens of small and medium-sized organizations rely on Gravity to devise and execute marketing strategy on a monthly basis. The Virtual Marketing Officer (VMO) service is independent and delivers delivers full-time results at a part-time price. Our clients never have to worry about being sold things other firms "specialize in".
Founder/President: Michael Kuharske
A lifelong resident of Milwaukee, Mike Kuharske’s experience includes strategic marketing, creative development, and sales and marketing analysis primarily for business-to-business organizations. His industry knowledge spans manufacturing, health care, commercial real estate, technology, staffing, insurance, financial services, legal, non‐profit, and printing. Through 18 years of marketing and sales he’s been personally responsible for tens of millions of dollars in sales and thousands of client relationships.
In 2009 he founded Gravity Marketing, LLC a marketing firm exclusively assisting small and medium-sized organizations optimize and execute marketing activities through their Virtual Marketing Officer (VMO) service. As a VMO, he actively serves as the executive marketing officer for more than a dozen local organizations.
Gravity Marketing has grown to a full-time staff of 10 and has their offices in the Historic Pritzlaff Building at the heart of the Third Ward, Walker’s Point and downtown neighborhoods. Their office also houses Gravity Connect, a free community coffee house and gathering place. Information is available at www.gravitym.com. Their Gravity Events division is the exclusive venue marketer and manager for weddings, corporate events and nonprofit fundraisers held at the Historic Pritzlaff Building.
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