Outlook Manager addresses Clemson Graphic Communications graduates

Outlook Group Business Development Manager, Danielle Jerschefske, addressed Clemson University School of Graphic Communications graduates last week. The University’s Graphic Communications program will deliver 41 ambitious, prepared future industry leaders to the marketplace with its 2016 graduating class.

Chip Tonkin, the Director of Clemson’s Sonoco Institute of Packaging Design and Graphics, said, “We invited Danielle to our classroom because of her unique knowledge of label and packaging production environments. Our students need to appreciate the importance of manufacturing experience within their targeted professional roles, whether it be sales, graphic design or marketing.”

Jerschefske served as the North America Editor of leading international trade publication Labels & Labeling for 10 years prior to joining Outlook Group in 2015. She has interviewed the label industry’s market leaders and change drivers, writing hundreds of articles on their investment strategies and technology implementation, growth plans, mergers and acquisitions.

She currently serves as a Business Development Manager at Outlook Group Corp, one of the largest label converters in North America with printed packaging and contract packaging capabilities, based in Neenah, Wisconsin. With Outlook Group Jerschefske is responsible for managing the progress of key account projects and for developing new labels, folding carton, and flexible packaging business opportunities in the dynamic food and beverage sector.

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