ULLRICH PRINT PLUS HIRES DIRECTOR OF CLIENT RELATIONS
Ullrich Print Plus powered by Proforma is a family owned printing company that has been in business in East Tennessee since July of 1979. Ullrich Print Plus specializes in business to business printing and promotional products with an emphasis on quality and exceptional customer service.
Peter Ullrich, owner, has hired Martha Sharp to develop client relations between both new and existing customers. “With Martha’s experience, we will be able to better provide our customers with the quality they have come to expect at Ullrich as well as new technologies and expanded product line for their graphic communication needs,” Peter recently announced at an employee meeting.
Martha has more than twenty-five years of experience in a variety of sales including Social Media, Pharmaceutical, Institutional, Home Health, BioTech, PPE and Medical Devices. Most recently, she was the VP of Product Development for Elkmont Media, where she excelled at providing social media, web site design and video production to businesses in the East Tennessee area.
During Martha’s medical sales career she concentrated on hospital contracts for nuclear imaging products, IV conscious sedation and IV antibiotics in surgery, the ICU and in the Emergency Department. She also sold Cardiovascular and Oncology products for MRI, CT and Ultrasound. She has a passion for making a difference in patients’ lives as well as in small businesses.
Personal discipline, a strategic business plan and a desire to serve others drives her day-to-day actions. An appreciation for internal and external collaboration and respect for
others contributes to her overall success.
Martha has volunteered for years with the Junior League of Knoxville, the American Heart Association, Habitat for Humanity and has been a board member for the American Cancer Society and the Fountain City Arts Center. Her degree is from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, in the College of Liberal Arts.
She is born and raised in Knoxville and loves the East Tennessee area almost as much as her “Big Orange” cat named Leo.