RyTech to relocate, expand operations in Milwaukee

From Left: Steve Ryan, Founder & CEO; Sam Kessenish, Chief Digital Officer; Beth Warmuth Ryan, Chief Marketing Officer.

Last updated on November 15th, 2019 at 11:38 am

La Grange, Illinois-based digital marketing firm RyTech is relocating its Milwaukee office to the fourth floor of 789 North Water, the company announced Wednesday

RyTech was previously located at 1845 N. Farwell Ave. on the Lower East Side. The new move will double RyTech’s office space to 800 square feet and the company plans to double its Milwaukee staff to 10 employees, said Steven Ryan, founder and CEO of RyTech.

The company has 16 employees across four offices, with the other three located in Chicago, Washington D.C. and La Grange, Illinois. RyTech chose to invest in its local office since Milwaukee’s tech ecosystem is showing signs of growth, Ryan said.

Ryan said investing in Milwaukee was a strategic decision, adding that Milwaukee’s tech ecosystem has been growing due to corporate investment into higher education as well as the amount of collaboration between educational institutions.

“Wisconsin continues to be a strong market for RyTech for both client and talent acquisition,” Ryan said. “We are continuously impressed by the tech talent being cultivated in Milwaukee and look forward to continuing to build strong client partnerships across the state.”

RyTech opened a Milwaukee office in 2016, but was founded in 2012.

Since expanding into the Milwaukee market, RyTech has helped more than 100 businesses increase their online presence with a range of services including website development, search engine optimization, search engine marketing, and social media management, according to a press release.

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