Solve’s Roman Paluta Announces Retirement
Accomplished Business Development Director Calls It A Career
After a distinguished agency career, Roman Paluta, Director of Business Development/Partner at Solve, is going to focus on life beyond advertising, including working the land on his farm in Northern Wisconsin. Before joining Solve six years ago, Roman held a variety of positions at agencies including Leo Burnett in Chicago, Carmichael Lynch in Minneapolis and Bailey Lauerman in Omaha, where he led the agency to national prominence as President.
Extremely well-respected in industry new business circles, Roman’s been involved in a number of high-profile pitches, featuring many of the world’s most powerful brands. Successful pursuits include Porsche, IKEA, Subaru, Anheuser Busch, AMC Theatres, Disney, Founders Brewing, Raymond James, The V Foundation, American Standard, Sierra Nevada, Andersen Windows and just last month, Sunoco.
“I’ve enjoyed every minute of my career and have been extremely fortunate to work with some amazingly talented people,” said Paluta. “I’ll miss the camaraderie, teamwork and creative problem-solving, but am excited to spend time chasing new pursuits,” he added.
As reported by Adweek, Roman will work at Solve into the Spring. A successor will be announced shortly.