SOURCE: Venmark International

Venmark International

March 14, 2012 08:32 ET

Venmark International Celebrates 35th Anniversary

WELLESLEY, MA--(Marketwire - Mar 14, 2012) - Venmark International, a firm that specializes in publicizing products, applications, awards, and events for small- and medium-sized industrial and technical companies (see thousands of examples), is celebrating their thirty-fifth year in business.

Venmark International has a distinctive business model which lets them partner with emerging as well as established companies. Most clients are small business owners and value the firm's return-on-investment approach to marketing. Venmark offers publicity services on a project basis and targets specific regions around the world. The firm has been creating "remarkable content" for editors long before the expression gained popularity on the internet.

According to Mr. Stroum, "Even though Venmark works on a project basis, we do create a comprehensive product publicity plan for each client. I learned long ago that clients are uncomfortable with monthly retainers and long-term commitments. They prefer well-defined, fixed-fee projects and measurable results. That is why we've served a loyal group of clients since 1977."

About Venmark International

Venmark International specializes in publicizing products and product applications for all types of companies and has a distinctive business model that positions them well for small manufacturers and distributors. The firm was founded in 1976 by Steven M. Stroum who started from a spare room at his parents' home in Newton, MA and moved to nearby Wellesley within a few months where they incorporated in April 1977.

In recognition for Venmark International's contribution to the success of many small companies, Mr. Stroum was selected to serve on the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Small Business Task Force and was later appointed one of 18 Small Business Advisors to the Governor of Massachusetts. He also served on the Norbert Weiner Forum at Tufts University to study the impact of technology on society and was selected by the International Rotary Foundation to tour South Korea as an Ambassador for six weeks.

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