SISCO Marketing Director Nikki Patrick is Today’s Honoree

Boca Raton, FL – Marketing Director, Nikki Patrick, is recognized by SISCO. Patrick has extensive experience within the marketing and communications sector that extends beyond to include expertise in business development, branding, advertising, and more.

“Through working hands-on to assist businesses in multiple areas, I have been able to successfully cultivate strategic partnerships with clients and multinational corporations that continue to have propitious results,” Patrick says.

Nikki graduated from Rollins College in 2010 and continued on to build her success in working for Locus Traxx, a start-up tech company based right here in Florida.

“My time at Locus Traxx was spent leading the marketing department in multiple projects and in the creation of a profitable recycling division that gained active participation from retailers around the nation.” Patrick states.

Patrick’s skill and expertise were sought out in 2018 by a local produce company in the pursuit to improve their marketing department, where she led them to the complete rebranding of the company, design, public relations, and managed their largest retail account, Publix Supermarkets.

Nikki Patrick’s know-how and knowledge of the marketing industry has made her a highly coveted asset in companies seeking to improve, implement, and advance in their endeavors. SISCO’s acquired and naming of Patrick as the Marketing Director is projected to have valuable and advantageous outcomes.

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