"A company's culture is the foundation for future innovation. An entrepreneurs job is to build the foundation."
Marketing Eye Atlanta is blessed to be located in the heart of Buckhead in the Atlanta Tech Village (ATV), or as some call it, The Village. With over 274 companies in the building, we are surrounded by great minds, innovative ideas and genuinely cool people.
At Marketing Eye Atlanta we believe in a strong work family. Why? Because according to Business Insider, the average full-time employee in America works about 1,700 hours per year.
If you don’t like the people that you work with, 1,700 hours is a lot of time to be stuck around them. Your work family has a big impact on the environment that you produce work in. Working in a positive environment with good people can make your work better and your days easier. When you are comfortable and familiar with those around you, you second guess yourself less and produce more stellar work. That's why having a happy work family is so important to us!
Like a real family, you don’t get to choose your work family, but employing hard working, self motivating, optimistic, and creative thinkers make our days a breeze. Here at Marketing Eye Atlanta we work collaboratively together. We like to call ourselves a unit.
Working with a team with such passion for marketing really shows throughout our everyday client work. Our work done here at Marketing Eye is done collaboratively. This is to make sure all messages are well understood across each and every target audience. We have systems, processes, and technology that powers our performance, to deliver work-faster, harder, and smarter.
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