With practical experience running his own IT business and an education in the liberal arts, Matthew Klammer had become well-accustomed to the difficulties of research. From helping small businesses plan for a changing landscape to interpreting conflicting data and documents, Matthew has provided clarity and reliability to those in need of expert advice.
- Matthew Klammer has worked for years as a consultant for small businesses and restaurants in his hometown of Frankenmuth.
- As a historian, Matthew has always had a strong interest in historical cuisine, and has helped many organizations provide period accurate and culturally sensitive meals.
Matthew Klammer has worked as a fact checker from 2019 for social media outlets and other companies needing to ensure the accuracy of their published materials. Recently he has worked with both The Balance and Investopedia ensuring the accuracy of financial information.
While still in college, Matthew helped businesses to produce culturally sensitive menus for patrons from other regions in a consulting role.
Matthew received a B.A. in History from Saginaw Valley State University.
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