James Grauberger Joins Venable as Chief Marketing Officer;digitalMass at Boston.com
...James Grauberger Joins Venable as Chief Marketing Officer;
P.R.Newswire, 6/24/2002 11:51
Former Global Markets Director at Andersen to Help Drive Firm's
Ongoing Expansion Washington/Baltimore Firm With 420 Attorneys Practicing More on National Stage
...WASHINGTON and BALTIMORE, June 24 /PRNewswire/ -- Venable announced that James (Jay) Grauberger, 37, has joined the law firm as chief marketing officer. Mr. Grauberger
spent the past nine years with Arthur Andersen in Chicago in various marketing and finance positions.Since 1997, he served as Andersen's Director of Marketing for the firm's Global Markets Organization and was responsible for developing new marketing programs across key industry sectors and for targeted national and global accounts.
ongoing assignments, he
managed target-marketing as part of Andersen's
participation in the annual World Economic Forum.He
also established programs to help the firm's consultants gain a deeper understanding of the key industry trends and business issues facing their clients.
has been on a steady course in evolving from an established regional law firm into a truly national firm, with high quality, diverse practice areas and a solid national corporate client base," said Mr. Grauberger
."What further attracted me was the firm's strong culture and its manageable size where personal client relationships matter and yet, so many of its practice groups have sufficiently developed so as to benefit from a broad- based marketing effort."He
has a great story to tell, and I'm excited by the opportunity to help tell it."
Founded in Baltimore in 1900, Venable
has long been a fixture in the greater Washington/Baltimore area.The firm provides federal regulatory and business advice with more than 200 lawyers in its Washington office, while also serving the region's othh 250 lawyers.Venable
is projecting revenue this year of $200 million with over 420 attorneys. Venable
's legislative practice has indeed been on a roll: the firm was just recognized in Influence Magazine
as one of the top new lobbying shops in the Washington area.
replaces Diane Berman as CMO.