Folklore Adds Four More
Folklore continues to grow, hiring four new people
MINNEAPOLIS, November 2, 2018 (Newswire.com) - This fall, digital experience company Folklore is excited to share an update on their growing team. As Folklore continues to expand their services, they've hired Grant Buntje, Bobby Broneak, Kayla Dohmen and Meg Emory.
Buntje, a 15-year industry veteran, was vice president | brand director at Knock prior to joining Folklore. While at Knock, Buntje led their account team and worked directly with clients like Target, Mall of America, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota, and many more. From retail to healthcare to entertainment, Buntje has a unique and creative approach to forging strategic solutions and lasting partnerships.
At Folklore, we pride ourselves on the delivering effective and unique solutions. These new hires help to expand our perspective and skill sets to ensure that happens.
Mike Matheny, CEO, Folklore
Broneak brings more than 15 years of technology experience to the development team. He most recently joined Folklore from Azul Seven where he led a team of human-centered design developers and has worked with clients such as Best Buy, Jamba Juice, Andersen Windows, Firestone and Intel.
In addition to the more experienced leadership, Folklore is building out its design and strategy teams.
Dohmen was hired on as a designer to bring her visual eye to creative problem-solving. Her attention to detail coupled with her vision will add a strong dimension to Folklore projects. She most recently joined Folklore from Ostrom Creative where she worked on clients like Mr. Bubble, Michigan Lottery, Portobello Road Gin and Altoz Mowers.
Meg Emory was hired on full-time as a strategist after a successful summer internship. Emory brings a fresh perspective and can-do attitude to all her work. Her smart and empathic approach to understanding users is a perfect fit for Folklore's clients.
"At Folklore, we pride ourselves on the delivering effective and unique solutions," says Mike Matheny, CEO of Folklore. "These new hires help to expand our perspective and skill sets to ensure that happens."
Folklore is excited about the new hires and is looking forward to showcasing the quality experiences that are to come.