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Philip Palmieri

Philip Palmieri

CEO

Phil founded IPS after have a distinguished career in Sales and Marketing in both the technology and print industries. During that career, Phil has developed and managed the relationships for such companies as General Electric, IBM, Nestle, Pitney Bowes, Berkshire Hathaway, Mercedes, Peoples United Bank, and many more. Before opening IPS, he has held positions as the National Account Director for the fifth largest printer in the world, Regional Channel Marketing executive for a global software business and the VP and founder to one of the largest and fastest-growing print distributors in the country. While at IPS, Phil has been heavily involved in the community, including board roles at Junior Achievement, Operation Hope, and Woofgang Co. He has also been volunteering as an entrepreneurship consultant at the local high schools for the last 16 years. He holds a B.S. in Marketing from Sacred Heart University and a M.S. in Analytics from Villanova University as is a proud veteran of the US Army’s 82nd Airborne Infantry Division.

Jeff Vogt

Jeff Vogt

President, Creative Director

Jeff Vogt is IPS's resident expert in helping clients and brands make an emotional connection with their customers. He does this by combining powerful strategic messages with elegant world-class production. He was one of the original key art directors on BMW, a member of the creative team recognized by Adweek magazine as one of the best of the century. He was the Creative Director on many high profile campaigns, including Pepsi, MTV, Volvo, Nikon, Reebok, VW, BASF and Jaguar, while working for agencies such as Scali, McCabe Sloves, DDB Needham, Young & Rubicam, BBDO and Chiat/Day. In 1993, Jeff started his own creative agency, Turbine, where he grew the business to include national and global accounts including Samsung, Chase Bank, NFL, Nokia, ESPN, BMW, Allied Domecq, UnitedHealthcare, Wellesley College, the AICPA and Oxford Health Plans. Jeff’s campaign for Samsung is in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art.