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Kultzow, Robinson promoted at GKV

Chris Kultzow and Daniel Robinson have been promoted at GKV Communications.

Chris Kultzow

Kultzow, of Windsor Mill, has become senior developer, interactive producer, where he will oversee visual design of  work for technical compliance and manage end-level quality assurance for clients. In addition, he will provide strategic recommendations on how to enhance the user experience. Kultzow will have increased involvement with the structural aspects of the technology utilized at GKV, such as developing websites, mobile web applications, social integrations and other digital work across all clients.

Kultzow has more than five years of digital and interactive experience. Since joining GKV in 2007, he has assisted in expanding digital offerings and has played a key role in every digital initiative at the agency. Previously, Kultzow worked as a database administrator for the Rosen Group. Kultzow earned a bachelor’s degree in interactive design from Sage College of Albany in 2005.

Daniel Robinson

Robinson, of Baltimore, was promoted to senior vice president, director of media services, where he will be responsible for overall client media strategy, including management responsibility for all traditional and new media planning and buying. He will also continue to conduct strategic media research on behalf of clients, in addition to overseeing a staff of media planning and buying professionals and reviewing staff recommendations for paid media campaigns.

Since joining GKV in 2000, Robinson has successfully implemented paid media campaigns for many of GKV’s clients and provided strategic evaluations of media sponsorships as well as media and lifestyle habits. Previously, Robinson worked as a print media assistant with Carat North America in Chicago. Robinson earned a bachelor’s degree in anthropology from the University of Chicago.

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