By Erin Caproni – Digital Producer, Cincinnati Business Courier – January 23, 2020 A Greater Cincinnati print marketing solutions company has acquired one of the region’s branding agencies. Graphic Village has acquired Intrinzic for an undisclosed amount. Intrinzic’s 15 employees will join Graphic Village’s 156 workers in its existing Blue Ash office. Intrinzic founder and CEO Wendy Vonderhaar and president Dave Townsend will join Graphic Village’s leadership team and continue to oversee day-to-day operation of the division, which will maintain its name. “The combination of Graphic Village and Intrinzic creates a broader value proposition to our collective clients,” said Eric Kahn, Graphic Village executive chair and managing director of parent company Revitalize Capital. “The combination of Graphic Village and Intrinzic creates a broader value proposition to our collective clients,” said Eric Kahn, Graphic Village executive chair and managing director of parent company Revitalize Capital. “We can now collaborate [...]
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