CEO, Flottman Company
Tom Flottman is a Graphic Communications and Print Media specialist. He is CEO of the Flottman Company a 91-year old digital communication business in Cincinnati, Ohio/Northern Kentucky. Flottman Company‘s core compentencies include personalized multi-channel marketing, the production of miniature folded inserts and digital and commercial printing expertise. Flottman and his company are dedicated to excellence in service, craftsmanship and quality. Tom is the oldest of six siblings. Tom, his sister and brother took the reigns of the family business from their father in 1992; over the past two decades the business has grown steadily. Tom is a Legal Executive-Member of the Kentucky Bar and the Cincinnati Bar Associations. He is on the board of director for the Pharmaceutical Printed Liturature Association trade association. The Flottman Company is a founding member of the Goering Center for Family and Private Businesses and Tom serves as a member of the board of directors and chairs the special event committee. Tom serves on the board of trustees for Clovernook Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired. In 2011, Tom was named the Keith Baldwin Volunteer of the Year Award recipient from the University of Cincinnati's Goering Center for his countless hours of volunteer work. Tom is a gratuate of Xavier University and Salmon P. Chase College of Law. Tom has been quoted for his business expertise in The New York Times, Family Business Magazine and the Business Courier. Tom likes tennis, golf and cycling. He is married to Anne Flottman, they have three boys and reside in Cincinnati, Ohio.