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Murphy Associates

Celebrates 25 years in business in SE Wisconsin

Murphy Associates is celebrating its 25th year in business this month. Located in Brookfield, Wis., the firm began in 1991 as a traditional, out-sourced marketing firm for smaller businesses who didn’t have their own marketing department.

Murphy Associates is currently led by Judi Murphy, president & CEO, who is a public relations and marketing strategy expert. Murphy has served on community committees and non-profit boards including board chair of Greater Brookfield Chamber of Commerce, board member of Tempo Waukesha, board chair of Visit Brookfield (Brookfield Convention & Visitors Bureau), board chair of Metropolitan Speakers Council, and on small business advisory boards for WCTC and Herzing University. She is a member of Independent Business Association of Wisconsin (IBAW) and a 25-year member of the Greater Brookfield Chamber of Commerce.

Judi Murphy said, “For any size company, people can’t buy what they don’t know exists — our job is to tell the world you’re here. This is particularly true for smaller companies.”

Judi Murphy’s interest in marketing strategy has led her to be a member of the City of Brookfield’s marketing sub-committee of the economic development committee as well as a member of the City’s 2020 Master Plan committee. She is a guest speaker on business ethics at Carroll University and WCTC. She is also co-author of “Murphy’s Law of Marketing.”

Murphy Associates provides public relations and marketing strategy services to southeastern Wisconsin companies and provides expertise to help business owners and CEOs achieve their growth goals. For more information on Murphy Associates, contact Judi Murphy at 262-786-7424 or judi@marketingwithmurphy.com, and www.linkedin.com/in/judimurphy.

 

Company:
Murphy Associates
1265 Bonnie Lane

Brookfield, Wisconsin 53045

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