Jake Sattin Joins Monkey Joe Speak – Hostile Takeover in the Making??

Monkey Joe Speak, a company that specializes in promotional products and apparel with custom logos, has just announced a new addition to their team. Jake Sattin, son of the founder Lesley Sattin, is taking on a new role in the company. Is this an ordinary appointment, or is this a hostile takeover? Jake hails from the kitchen industry. He is known for his sharp wit and his ability to think outside the box. These skills will be leveraged in his new role as Chief Banana Officer of Monkey Joe Speak.

Lesley Sattin, started Monkey Joe Speak 20 years ago when Jake went into 1st grade and is thrilled to have her son join the company. “Jake has always been passionate about business, and I am excited to see what he brings to the table,” she said. “I know that he will be a valuable asset to our team, and I am eager to see what we can achieve together.”

The company is expecting big things from this new partnership. With Jake’s Gen Z approach, Monkey Joe Speak is poised to take the industry by storm, catering to the up and coming next generation. The company is already known for its quality products and excellent customer service, and the addition of Jake to the team will only strengthen these qualities.

Monkey Joe Speak is best known for supporting marketing managers, especially in the non-profit and education arenas. Their niche is helping said individuals achieve their marketing goals with on time, quality product and a nimble approach to the inevitable mishaps that occur. Their products are perfect for companies looking to promote their brand or for individuals who want to make a statement. With Jake Sattin on board, the company is sure to see even more growth and success in the years to come.

About Monkey Joe Speak: The initials MJS – Monkey Joe Speak – pay tribute to Lesley’s late father, Michael Jack Strauss. “He would have loved to see this union” states Lesley “Jake never had the opportunity to meet him but wields the same sparkling wit and love of people.

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