Susan Tynan, the founder and CEO of Framebridge, will be one of the keynote speakers at the Mid-Atlantic Marketing Summit Baltimore on Sept. 15 at the Pier 5 Hotel. Framebridge, an online art framing company, was launched in Aug. 2014 and has raised $37M in venture capital.
Prior to founding Framebridge, Tynan held senior product, ops, and business development roles in several consumer technology startups. At LivingSocial, she launched and managed three business lines, including the home services business. Other startup experience includes Taxi Magic/Curb, Revolution Health, and Promontory Interfinancial. Tynan worked for the White House as a management adviser on technology and customer service issues. She began her career at Accenture. Tynan earned an MBA from Harvard Business School and a BA from the University of Virginia.
She founded Framebridge when she realized she avoided buying art – even travel souvenirs – because she couldn’t find a way to affordably or easily frame it. Now she works to revolutionize an outmoded industry and to get everyone’s favorite art and photos on the wall.
The Mid-Atlantic Marketing Summit has historically featured CEOs and CMOs from regional startups and success stories from companies such as Honest Tea, Flying Dog Brewery, Tessamae, Customink, AtlasBrew Works, Vox, Urban Stems, among others and more to announce.
Now in its sixth year, this annual summit has become the “must-attend” marketing event for the Mid-Atlantic region and beyond. The summit features dozens of case studies, keynotes, presentations and networking breaks on the most important issues facing marketers in 2018.