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Richie Burke, Founder and President of GoGeddit, started the company shortly after graduating from Marquette University in 2011. Richie initially started GoGeddit as a promotional site, which in its first year, built a base of 15,000 users and 100+ clients. At the time, GoGeddit was also featured in Success Magazine multiple times as a finalist in their 2012 “Start Small Win Big” national startup competition. Burke officially pivoted the business into the “Small Business Growth” agency at the start of 2013 when he saw the opportunity small businesses had to thrive through social media, video, web design and other online marketing strategies. Since the pivot, GoGeddit has worked with clients locally, nationally and internationally, including: Siegelvision, Trek Travel, Bontrager, Blizzard Lighting, World Politics Review, Visuray, the Milwaukee Wave, and many more. He enjoys being active in the community and has been a featured speaker at several universities, panels, and events.
Remington is an accomplished consultant and social scientist whose areas of expertise range from brand strategy to business model innovation. He was most recently the Director of the technology and startup practices at Siegelvision, an NYC-based strategic planning and brand strategy rm founded by industry pioneer Alan Siegel. Rem’s clients have included organizations like National Geographic, United Technologies, AeroVironment, NYU, Target, NPR, Merrill Lynch, Univision, and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
Over the years, Remington has been involved in several startup ventures in elds ranging from software to CPG, and specializes in helping emerging companies position themselves for acquisition. Currently, Remington sits on the boards of a number of startups and educational nonpro ts. His viewpoints on Millennials in the workforce have been featured on a number of websites and blogs, including CNN Money and Chief Learning Officer Magazine.
Tyler Hahn has headed the design and development department at GoGeddit since 2013. In addition to working with existing businesses to refresh their brand; Tyler has helped kickstart the visual identities of many up-and-comping startups. He believes the most simplest solutions stand the test of time and that simplicity does not exclude humility and personality. This mindset has led him to work a variety of clients including Like Minds Brewing, LiveNation, Bruce Springsteen, DreamBikes, Atkinson Candy Co, and St. John’s College.
Katy began her education at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design (MIAD) where she enhanced her skills in videography, photography, and interior design. Her sophomore year she landed her first internship as an editing assistant at Blend Studios, a video production studio, where she assisted with big name clients such as Jason Mraz, Sara Bareilles, GM and Citgo.
After two years at MIAD, Katy transferred to the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM) where she completed her degree in Graphic Design and Web Development. During her time at school she had internships with retail science agency DCI-Artform, advertising agency HY-Connect and also worked as a graphic designer in UWM’s Union Marketing Department. During her senior year, Katy began freelancing for the Milwaukee Yoga Center and its sister company the Blooming Lotus Gourmet Bakery. She ran their social media, web development and maintenance along with any signage and photography needed. Upon graduation Katy travelled abroad, joining us at GoGeddit nine months later.
Joe is a branding and web designer from a sleepy town in IL. He believes that branding transcends mediums, and a that company’s identity is most effective when all of the pieces work together.
His creative path began at age 3 when he first put crayon to paper, and continued into adolescence where he taught himself how to code websites in his parent’s basement. For the past three years, he has kept himself busy by developing digital experiences for a variety of clients including: Cintas, Sprint, KitchenAid, and UW–Milwaukee.
Joe graduated from University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee in the winter of 2015 with a BFA in design and visual communication. He has been a warrior of the Gogeddit team since 2017.
Taylor's career began at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater where she studied Multimedia Journalism and Public Relations. While in school Taylor completed media internships with Badger Honor Flight, ESPN, The Hog, and the university’s Career & Leadership Development Center.
Since graduating in 2013 she has worked for a local news station, climbed the corporate marketing ladder at a healthcare company, and started her own photography business. In her free time Taylor enjoys blogging, traveling, blogging about traveling, and spending time with family and friends.
Baily Kalscheur is a Digital Strategist with a passion for helping local brands find their niche and grow their presence in the digitalsphere. Baily began her career as a Social Media Intern at GoGeddit in 2013 and has since held roles in Community Management and Digital Strategy. She has a knack for copywriting and helping brands establish their voice via social media and email marketing efforts. During her 3 years at GoGeddit, Baily has had the pleasure of working with many great Milwaukee Area businesses including Blizzard Lighting, Transfer Pizzeria Café, Milwaukee Athletic Club, Rotary Club of Milwaukee, and more, with digital strategy, social media management, email marketing, and campaign management.
Gabe Wichser is a copywriter and jack-of-all-trades content producer with a love of all things Milwaukee. He pursued his zeal for creative writing at Carroll University, completing his English Degree while participating in The Commons.
There, he worked with The Betty Brinn Children’s Museum before being chosen as one of six Commons Innovation Fellows. His team tackled critical path corporate consulting projects for ManpowerGroup, Briggs & Stratton, and American Family Insurance and restructured The Greater Milwaukee Committee’s Key to the City program. From there, having been steeped in Milwaukee’s startup world, jumping aboard at GoGeddit was a natural next step.
In his free time, Gabe produces electronic music, climbs rocks, plays retro video games, rides motorcycles, and reads avidly.