Jeff Braaten

Jeff Braaten, Creo Industrial Arts

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Jeff Braaten is an Account Executive with Creo Industrial Arts, a premier fabricator of environmental graphics and custom architectural signage.

Jeff Braaten has worked in the architectural graphics industry for nearly 20 years, holding a variety of positions in both sales and project management.  In his current role, Mr. Braaten acts as the primary point of contact for major projects and clients throughout the United States, managing client interactions, contractual issues and scope modifications, and overseeing project management staff assigned to his projects. Jeff works directly with owners, developers, architects, designers, and general contractors nationally and internationally to execute their most important and complex architectural graphics projects. As one of only 3 Account Executives for a 100+ person firm, his primary responsibilities are sales, new business development, client relations, contract negotiations, and oversight of in-house teams to ensure successful project completion. He is a member of a 4-person Senior Management Team, responsible for development of quarterly and annual sales and operations goals and execution strategies

Notable projects completed under the direction of Jeff Braaten include: University of Washington Husky Stadium in Seattle, WA; Riverwalk Collection in New Orleans, LA; Atlantis Resort in Nassau, Bahamas; Boeing Corporate (Various), Suncadia Resort in Cle Elum, WA; The Natick Collection in Boston, MA; and Nintendo America Corporate HQ in Redmond, WA. Mr. Braaten is a graduate of Western Washington University.

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