Catherine “Cat” Kolodij has joined Falls as Chief Integration Officer. She is assisting Falls senior leadership by helping to building a platform so everyone in the firm has a path forward in learning and development.
Falls Purchases Wyse to Form a Midwest Marketing Force
We’re excited to announce that Wyse Advertising is now part of the Falls family. Their exceptional strategic thinking, branding, innovative media and outstanding creative make them a perfect partner as we continue to grow our business and offer services we never imagined when we first opened our doors 30 years ago.
We’ve always had a successful working relationship with Wyse. The timing was right. And this acquisition allows us to be a more powerful partner for current and future clients.
Two Creative Cleveland Powerhouses Come Together as Falls Purchases Wyse to Form a Midwest Marketing Force
Falls, a multi-faceted communications, marketing and digital agency acquired Wyse, a brand management and advertising agency and Cleveland institution. Starting today, the new combined Falls will offer clients an even broader array of products and services. More importantly, the shared resources and expertise will help clients better connect with consumers and customers across any of the channels or platforms they use to make decisions about what to buy and with whom they choose to do business.
Mark grew up near Canton, Ohio and attended the University of Akron before carving out a career into web and application development. With over 15 years of web application background, Mark comes to the Falls team to provide deep bench strength in .Net applications and to be a core team lead for our website initiatives. Most recently, he was a software engineer at Amtrust Financial where his focus was to modernize web applications for API applications and designed and implemented developer and authentication tools for the various business groups.
The Salvation Army, one of the oldest and most recognized nonprofits, relies on donations to fund its many vital community programs and services. The organization's Annual Civic Luncheon, which this year was held at The Renaissance in Downtown Cleveland, represents the largest fundraiser outside of the iconic red kettle holiday campaign.