Frank C. Hudetz
Title: Director of Mobile Marketing Services
Company: Elk Grove Graphics
— Bio —
Frank C Hudetz, the Director of Mobile Marketing at Elk Grove Graphics is no stranger to the world of social media, mobile marketing and the smartphone compatible QR Codes
As the inventor of a 1995 provisional patent which eventually became issued as patent #6,199,048 in 2001, he has been involved with the concept of scanning bar codes which link to a URL arguably longer than anyone else in the world. Today some of the largest companies in the world such as Kraft, Ebay and Microsoft have licensed his patented technology.
Hudetz also has had a long career within the print and marketing services world, serving as the CEO of one its largest providers (Solar Communications) from 1989-2009 and maintaining board status with the Direct Marketing Association as well as the National Association of Printers and Lithographers. Within the mobile marketing community he is well known and for 2013 served on the judging panel for entries to the Mobile Marketing Association Global "Smarties" awards.
Most recently, Hudetz a long time resident of Dupage County, Illinois has served as the Chairman of the DuPage Community Foundation and continues to serves on its board as a trustee. Coincidently, his current role at Elk Grove Graphics has been to work with non-profits in the Chicago area in terms of consulting with them regarding their traditional and online methods of gaining brand exposure and developing more donors.
Frank speaks publicly to Non-Profits (Charities, Higher Ed. Associations) regarding the role Multichannel Marketing and SoLoMo will play in the future of acquiring new donors, students and members.
For fun he is an avid listener of audio books, attendee at Chicago sporting events and aficianado of fine bourbons and cigars.
Philosophy: Think Win-Win
Frank C. Hudetz
Elk Grove Graphics
1200 Chase Avenue
Elk Grove Village, IL 60007
2012 “Best Workplace in America” Winner
P. 847 439 7834 x 33
F. 847 439 0182
C. 630 234 5705
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