We are very happy to welcome Alexia Bratiotis to the KPS3 team as a senior account director. Alexia is responsible for day-to-day management of some of the firm’s key accounts in addition to the strategic direction of their marketing communications success.
Before joining the team, Alexia worked as the general manager for Bayer Properties at The Summit Reno. Prior to that, Alexia served as the assistant general manager and the area marketing manager for The Summit, and held communications and public relations positions with the Nevada Museum of Art and Renown Health.
Currently she serves on the board of directors for the Nevada Women’s Fund, as Vice-President of Marketing for the Western Industrial Nevada board of directors, as co-chair of the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals Business Council and as a member of the American Lung Association’s Women’s Cabinet. Learn more about Alexia here.
Team Collaboration with Dice, Dragons and Dungeons
Every office has its own peculiar quirks. It might be an activity like four o’clock Friday drinks, after work rock climbing, yoga sessions in the bullpen, a yearly backpacking trip, or a crock pot cooking competition. As you may have guessed, KPS3 has a bunch of these idiosyncratic activities. And, ultimately they are great for helping our team bond. Most evidence and research confirms that having a team with a sense of cohesion and open communication is a good...
KPS3 Adds Kevin Jones as Partner
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The Soundtrack of KPS3
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