Thysse is an awesome company that knows a thing or two about delivering outstanding services and products — with a dedication to customer care that is simply off the charts.
They’ve been a Cuppa SEO client for a few years now, and I continue to be impressed with their innovation — like the facility branding work they do for university student unions and locker rooms across the country. From the president, Jason Thysse, to every team member I’ve ever interacted with, this is a company that’s full of heart, soul, and positive energy.
Without further adieu, let’s get to know Thysse …
1. Who Are You?
We are Thysse (pronounced tie • see), a third-generation, family-owned company founded in 1941. We’re located in the village of Oregon, WI.
2. What Do You Do?
Thysse is grounded in innovative thought, exceptional design and the physical production of ideas.
We create paths for clients to creatively and effectively develop, deploy and promote their brand. Thysse’s team of exceptional designers and architects is supported by extensive in-house production capabilities. We produce what we design.
Our end-to-end solutions include graphic design services, experiential design and visual branding. Traditional, digital and large format printing. Finishing and fabrication from bindery, die cutting, specialty coating, assembly to installation and fulfillment.
3. Why Do You Love Doing It?
“My onboarding to Thysse was fabulous. I got to sit down with someone in every facet of the organization. From project management to design, printing and finishing to a half day delivery ride along” commented Brooke Barney, newly hired Director of Marketing & Strategy. “It’s the people that make this company. Everyone takes pride in the work they do. And the genuine camaraderie was apparent from day one. But don’t just take my word for it. I asked a few folks why they love working here. And the feedback’s pretty cool …”
- “I love that I’m part of something bigger than myself, something that is cutting edge, vibrant and growing. I love that I’m part of a team that depends on me to do my job well so that we can keep growing together.”
- “I love taking a challenge and turning it into an opportunity.”
- “At Thysse, I am free to grow as both an employee and a person. When I started here 3 ½ years ago, there’s no way I could have pictured my job duties as they are today. However, by simply showing an interest in something new, I was given the opportunity to explore both further within and outside my career path. Each day, I learn something new about the industry or our systems. Even the frustrating moments turn into learning experiences and feelings of eventual accomplishment. To be part of a growing and flexible company that treats its employees as part of an exciting team and also as individuals, with individual family and career needs, is completely rewarding.
- “I love the satisfaction I get from a job well done.”
- “I love what I do at Thysse because my clients trust me to help them compete in the marketplace, and our team consistently follows projects through seamlessly. Listening to clients talk about successful campaigns or how they have been praised for bringing progressive ideas back to their colleagues/leadership is very rewarding. Every day is different. We can work on nailing a custom color for a leading brand or designing an in-store graphics theme for a retailer, or tailor a personalized mailing to a niche target audience or establish a better system for cost leverage and quicker turnaround for supply chain management.”
4. How Does it Help People?
It’s where they can go with their brand …
We get the opportunity to partner with our clients who are looking for solutions to their challenges, at times, presenting ideas they didn’t even knew existed creating efficiencies and cost savings. We can seamlessly orchestrate these projects from brand development guidance through production and everything in between. Success to us isn’t just a job well done but loyalty and long-term relationships with our clients so Thysse is always the first one to call.
Feel free to check out the Thysse website if you’d like to learn more about them.