Altitude Marketing Promotes Drew Frantzen to VP, Digital Media & Technology
Altitude Marketing, an integrated marketing agency serving technology-focused B2B companies and manufacturers, is pleased to announce that Drew Frantzen has been promoted to vice president of digital media & technology.
Frantzen previously served as director of web services, where he used his programming and design expertise to bring website concepts to life for Altitude’s global roster of B2B clients.
“Since starting with Altitude in 2014, Drew has been the driving force behind our globally-recognized, high-impact, website development and design work,” said Altitude President Andrew Stanten. “His deep background in art direction, typography, graphic design, programming and information architecture, coupled with his insatiable appetite for staying on the leading edge of web and digital marketing technology, make him the perfect candidate for his new role.”
Frantzen’s new position will require a strategic approach to website development and other digital and technological offerings. Having previously gone from Manager to Director of Web Services at Altitude, Frantzen has had significant experience working with Altitude’s clients over the years and is set to make impactful contributions as the vice president of digital media & technology.
Prior to joining team Altitude, Frantzen served as the art director at First Generation in Allentown, PA where he was directly involved with the creation, development and maintenance aspects of websites, online advertisements and other functions that elevated the art department. A Kutztown University graduate, Frantzen earned his bachelor’s degree in communication design with concentrations in graphic design and illustration.
About Altitude Marketing
Altitude Marketing, a full-service, integrated marketing firm, serves the unique needs of technology-oriented B2B companies from early-stage to established. Altitude is headquartered in Pennsylvania’s Lehigh Valley, near Philadelphia, Princeton and New York, and within driving distance of Boston and Washington, D.C.