Clients

Clients

We work with some of the best brands and brand builders in the world. Our clients include global marketing services, technology, media and entertainment companies as well as advertising agencies and c-suite executives seeking to boost their reputations. That they come to us to help support their corporate and executive brands is a big responsibility — and one we take very seriously.

Ad/Marketing

breel
bigspaceship
chandelier2
david-and-goliath
Capture
gale2
gsp
gsdm
ignited
JL_Logo_FINAL

Associations

arf-logo
adc
4as_logo_400
partners_tvb_logo

Brands

carlsberg
The_DirecTV_logo
j n j
mcdonalds-logo-1
national-geographic-logo
pandora_logo
spotify2015
Xerox_2008_Logo

Consumer

disneyonice3
Li Ning Logo 2
marvel
ringling-brothers-logo
swell_small
scion_logo
stitch-fix
t_rowe_price

Content/Entertainment

42_entertainment
Content
jp_logo
Live_Nation_Ent

Media/Publishing

conversant
doubleverify2
groupm copy
lin
MEC_logo 2
merdith
themarketingarm_logo
tm539

Tech

foap-logo
gum-gum-logo
moontoast
radiumone_1
Logo-TalkPoint-400x400-e1411413834403

 

Client News
Designer of the Week: Tosh Hall

Tosh Hall is the creative director of Jones Knowles Ritchie, an independent design agency with studios in London, New York, Singapore and Shanghai, where they believe that designers must help brands abandon the generic in order to grow.

Advertising Age — Small Agency of the Year, West, Gold: GreenLight Media & Marketing

Los Angeles-based GreenLight Media & Marketing has been named a Small Agency of the Year by Advertising Age. The Gold for the West region was announced on Thursday, July 30 in Boston at Advertising Age’s Small Agency Awards – a ceremony honoring the industry’s best independent agencies from around the world consisting of less than 150 employees.

Fast Company – How Many Of Those New Amazon Shows Will Fail?

Ahead of last year’s Newfronts, New Media Metrics offered data-based predictions on which new, online programming would succeed and which brands should have gone along for the ride based on their patented Leveraging Emotional Attachment for Profit (LEAP) technology.

Forbes – In-Image Advertising: How To Monetize The Visual Web

It’s fair to ask if the Internet finally catches up with certain technologies. Some things get a head start before they are more widely popular. Such is the case with GumGum — a platform for in-image advertising that started in 2007 and has sought to monetize photos for publishers since then.

The Wall Street Journal – CEOs Find Unplugging Can Help With Work

Kevin Meany, the CEO of Hilton Head, S.C.-based marketing and communications agency BFG, ditches his cellphone for part of the day. Baratunde Thurston, CEO of humor company Cultivated Wit, braved a 25-day Internet detox last year and now settles for what he calls “micro-disconnecting”—for example, not checking Twitter at a meeting. And Spencer Rascoff, the CEO of online real-estate hub Zillow, turns off his company email for a 24-hour stretch every week.

Wired – The 10 Commandments of Big Data

Steve Kerho, Chief Strategy Officer of MXM, is well versed in content and data. In this article he explains how to best use and leverage data to your advantage. This byline was strategically placed in Wired to put Steve and MXM in front of the right audience and position both Steve and MXM as leaders in the space.