Robert Lovato Has Joined Kellar Marketing Technologies As The Account Executive For North America and the EU

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In today’s digital age, having a robust online presence is crucial for businesses of all sizes. With the constant evolution of technology and the rise of social media, it’s more important than ever to stay ahead of the curve and stay on top of the latest trends in marketing. That’s why the recent announcement that Robert Lovato has joined Kellar Marketing Technologies (KMT) as the Account Executive for North America and the EU is big news for the marketing industry.

With over 15 years of experience as a Senior National Account Manager, Lovato brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to KMT’s leadership. He has a deep understanding of the industry and a proven track record of creating effective marketing campaigns that drive business growth and enhance his client’s Brand helping them stand out in a crowded marketplace.

As KMT’s new Account Executive, Lovato is excited to bring his experience and skills to KMT’s team of experts and help drive the agency’s continued growth by adopting and driving new technologies. He’s looking forward to working with new clients and helping them achieve their business goals through creative and effective marketing strategies. With new technology debuting and the world becoming more hyper-connected by the day, business owners need to work with experts who understand the latest trends and can help them navigate the ever-changing landscape. That’s what Lovato and the KMT team offer.

KMT’s namesake, the late Calvin W. Kellar, employed all the best technologies available in the 1960s. Kellar, a master of building relationships and growing brands, maintained a focus on servicing clients in the television, radio, and newsprint sectors through branding exercises and live events. Many years have passed since Calvin W. Kellar painted a Coca-Cola ad on the side of a building, but his legacy lives on in the company and the agency continues to stick to its roots of growing brands and developing and nurturing relationships throughout and beyond the industry.

As the agency’s new Account Executive, Lovato is excited to be a part of the KMT team and looks forward to expanding the agency’s footprint while bringing value and understanding to potential clients. Lovato is driven to explain to people that having a website is just the first step in creating a successful online presence. “A website is an essential part of any business today, but it’s not the only element,” says Lovato. “I’m excited to show potential clients how KMT can help them develop a complete online strategy that includes branding, social media, and other elements that drive business growth.”

Lovato’s ability to bring new and innovative solutions will be a great asset for KMT. The solid foundation set by the late Calvin W. Kellar back in the 1960’s, will allow the company to grow and develop KMT’s business by developing Branding for it’s clients and solidify their position as a leading Brand within their industries. With Lovato on board, KMT is well-positioned to continue its success for many years to come.


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