Bank of Luxemburg Hires Director of Marketing and Business Development

Originally Posted: June 5, 2017

LUXEMBURG, WI (June 5, 2017) – Bank of Luxemburg recently hired Paula Poggi as director of marketing and business development. Poggi will manage the marketing department, while overseeing marketing and communication efforts for all nine branches of the bank.

“Our sales and marketing efforts are crucial to the growth of our company and to sustaining positive relationships with local customers” said Bank of Luxemburg President President/CEO Tim Treml. “We look forward to seeing how Paula’s extensive experience will shape our brand and service offerings while supporting our mission to have a positive impact on people’s lives.”Paula Poggi

Poggi brings over 20 years of diverse work experience to her new role at Bank of Luxemburg. She worked at Humana in Green Bay for 24 years and held a variety of positions such as quality analyst, project manager, account implementation manager, market service relations consultant and most recently competitive intelligence consultant. She holds a master’s degree in administrative science with an emphasis in public and private management from University of Wisconsin Green Bay and a bachelor’s degree in communications from St. Norbert College in De Pere.

Offering full-service personal and business financial solutions since 1903, Luxemburg Bancshares, Inc. and Bank of Luxemburg has banking offices in Luxemburg, Green Bay, Dyckesville, Casco, Algoma, Kewaunee and Sturgeon Bay. For more information about Luxemburg Bancshares, Inc., visit www.bankofluxemburg.com.

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