efmg team | focused on data driven interactive marketing
San Antonio marketing company offering collegiate marketing and web development, direct mail marketing, qr codes, printing, and email marketing. San Antonio Cross-media marketing solutions for your business.
jason ellis | president
As CEO, Jason has successfully directed the company in integrating full cross-media capabilities. With a vision to work with clients implementing cross-media marketing strategies, Jason co-founded the e.f. group as a direct marketing branch of Accu-Print. In February 2010, Jason and the e.f. group won the prestigious Gold Addy® Award for a self-promotional lumpy mail product. Utilizing the most up-to-date technologies, he continually develops successful marketing campaigns, leading to measurable results for clients.
To remain at the forefront of new print and marketing innovations, Jason attends numerous industry conferences and training seminars each year. He also conducts cross-media webinars for printers and marketers and speaks at industry conferences. Additionally, he is an early adaptor on the newest media channels, such as Twitter and LinkedIn, and can expertly advise clients venturing into the social media marketing arena. He is a member of PODi, Direct Marketing News, Printing Industries of America, and the American Advertising Federation San Antonio. Active in the local marketing industry, Jason is a Past President of the San Antonio Chapter of the American Marketing Association.
Currently, Jason sits on the Executive Board as the Vice Chair of the San Antonio River Foundation, and is Chairman of the Capital Campaign Committee. He is also on the board for the Entrepreneurs Organization as the Communications Chair.
As a winner of the San Antonio Business Journal's 2010 40 Under 40 award, Jason has also been recognized in the San Antonio community as an up and coming businessperson to watch.
Jason graduated from Texas A&M University with a BBA in Management Information Systems. After graduation, Jason began his career selling, installing, and creating fully automated point of sale applications. Before joining Accu-Print, he worked with a large corporation where his database skills allowed him to participate in developing the sales automation processes.
Jason and his wife, Nerissa, have two young sons. In his spare time, Jason enjoys spending time with his family, playing with his children, and relaxing on the golf course.
Follow Jason on Twitter: http://twitter.com/jasoncellis
jessica kreinhop | designer
As a military brat, Jessica has lived in a wide array of places during her lifetime, from Hawaii to Sicily, which she likes to credit for her unique perspective and approach to her design work. After settling down in the Lone Star State, she attended Texas State University to pursue a degree in Communication Design. Her drive for design is fueled by the creation of innovative and effective concepts and having her work serve as a voice for a brand. She finds no greater joy in design than when thorough research and beautiful layouts work hand in hand.
Jessica’s passion for design was sparked from an early interest in art at a young age, and has been creating for as long as she can remember. When researching and designing for work, she loves to keep up with the fresh and new in the design realm for inspiration. When Jessica is not feeding the urge to create, she enjoys taking long walks with her dog and exploring the newest cafes in the area.
liz jersig | sales consultant
Liz was born and raised in San Antonio, Texas where she graduated from Ronald Reagan High School. After she graduated, Liz attended Texas A&M University (Gig'em), studying English with a focus on rhetoric. She started her professional career with Sprint while still living in College Station and it carried her all the way to Houston the following year. Even though she very much enjoyed her time living in Houston, Liz felt in the summer of 2015 that it was time to come home so she could be closer to her family, friends, the Spurs, and good Mexican food. After seven years of living away from San Antonio, she is very happy to be back and to be in a position where she gets to work so closely with integral parts of the city on a day to day basis.