Executive Briefings

DID YOU KNOW?...

Small facts about SupplyChainBrain's "Brains"

Gerald ("Jerry") Keller, President of Keller International Publishing Corp. (SupplyChainBrain's parent company), has been running the company for more than 50 years.  His grandfather, William B. Keller, Sr., founded Keller Int'l. Publishing in 1882, with the launch of a magazine called "National Bottlers' Gazette".  "KellerPubs", as we are affectionately known, is one of the oldest privately held publishing companies in the world.

Jerry Keller celebrated his 75th birthday in May of this year.  He has led his company successfully through many economic swings, and seen his share of changes in the publishing world over time... but he notes that "the shifts in business publishing and the many new and unique ways we are helping business marketers to reach their customers and prospects in the U.S. and around the world have been more dramatic during the last 3 years than they have been, in total, over the previous 45."

We predict that Jerry Keller will be staying ahead of the curve with changes in the company, and in the B2B industry, for a good many years into the future.  Anyone who can play competitive singles tennis in the desert heat of Palm Springs for 2 hours at a stretch... will most certainly be around to witness the next evolution of publishing ~ perhaps beyond even the Digital Age!

Gerald ("Jerry") Keller, President of Keller International Publishing Corp. (SupplyChainBrain's parent company), has been running the company for more than 50 years.  His grandfather, William B. Keller, Sr., founded Keller Int'l. Publishing in 1882, with the launch of a magazine called "National Bottlers' Gazette".  "KellerPubs", as we are affectionately known, is one of the oldest privately held publishing companies in the world.

Jerry Keller celebrated his 75th birthday in May of this year.  He has led his company successfully through many economic swings, and seen his share of changes in the publishing world over time... but he notes that "the shifts in business publishing and the many new and unique ways we are helping business marketers to reach their customers and prospects in the U.S. and around the world have been more dramatic during the last 3 years than they have been, in total, over the previous 45."

We predict that Jerry Keller will be staying ahead of the curve with changes in the company, and in the B2B industry, for a good many years into the future.  Anyone who can play competitive singles tennis in the desert heat of Palm Springs for 2 hours at a stretch... will most certainly be around to witness the next evolution of publishing ~ perhaps beyond even the Digital Age!