Culture by design
Creating a culture by design that is fun, exciting, intelligent and above all - a pleasure to be part of is imperative to building a high performance team that excels in all facets of the marketing mix.
At Marketing Eye Atlanta, no two days are the same. We are located at Atlanta Tech Village, in the hub of hard work and innovation, where our office is made up of people who want to make a difference.
We have all watched two very important television shows; Suits and Betrayal - of which have given us take home value. That is, we are "gladiators in Suits" who make problems go away, clean up the mess and create opportunities that you never imagine possible.
Each one of our team members are empowered to show their point of difference and deliver their personal best - every single time.
Marketing is our passion. Creative design gives us a sense of satisfaction and delivering results is a given.
We often write about each other and continually "egg" each other on, causing endless fits of laughter.
Then of course, its down to hard work. Delivering for our clients. Making them happy and achieving results that even they thought were impossible.
Joining the Marketing Eye team isn't for everyone. It's only for those who want to laugh so hard, that they cry and those of whom have thick skin.
If you want to join in and make a difference to the world of marketing in Atlanta - then maybe this company culture that we have designed is worth checking out.
For more information on Marketing Eye Atlanta, contact us.
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