DUBLIN, Ohio, Feb. 3, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Wilke Global, a Dublin, OH-based leading provider of consumer affairs software tools and solutions to CPG manufacturers, is marking their 35th anniversary by investing in the local community. Mike Wilke (pictured left), founder and CEO of Wilke Global, recently presented a check to Mark Briggs (right), teacher at Davis Middle School. The funding will support the school's STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) education programs and help build a "maker space" for students to share knowledge and collaborate. It will also help the school launch a chapter of Girls Who Code, a national non-profit that seeks to close the gender gap in technology.
Mike Wilke commented, "We work with clients all over the world from our base here in Dublin. Investing in science and technology education in our hometown is not just the right thing to do, it's important for us – we expect to be here for another 35 years so I look forward to hiring some of your students when they enter the workforce! Our employees are excited to help and I am certain that other Dublin businesses will be eager to get involved."
About Wilke Global
Wilke Global has been a pioneer in Consumer Affairs solutions and technologies since 1982. Throughout this time, the company has consistently adapted as new technologies emerge and as the industry changes. Wilke Global is committed to helping clients effectively and efficiently manage customer feedback. Its products address every aspect of Customer Relationship Management, including validated systems for regulated industries and global systems for worldwide operations. For more, visit wilkeglobal.com.
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