Over 1,200 brands—including Rolling Stone , ESPN, and Bloomberg—rely on MediaRadar’s services to dramatically improve their ad sales and client management.
Todd Krizelman, the company’s CEO, is proud of its success.
“MediaRadar is no longer a startup with a niche audience,” he says. “We’re a franchise that’s built relationships with over 1,000 clients over the course of eight years.”
This kind of explosive growth doesn’t happen without some seriously dedicated employees. MediaRadar’s team is highly invested in the company; employees say it’s a collaborative, transparent, and supportive place, which inspires them to excellence.
“What I like about MediaRadar is that I get the chance to problem solve every day—which creates a dynamic environment that gets serious things done,” explains project manager Logan Peters.
Jacqueline Kesicki, an account executive, also appreciates how much opportunity there is. “There’s a lot of growth here,” she says. “If you work hard, your value will be seen by everyone, and you can easily move to projects that you’re interested in.”
Kesicki is living proof. She started out as Krizelman’s assistant, before becoming a corporate sales trainer and finally moving to her current role.
When Kesicki and her colleagues aren’t delivering top-notch analytics and prospecting reports to their clients, they’re having fun playing ping-pong and going to some of the many awesome bars in New York City.
“The culture here is young, hip, and friendly—I feel so incredibly welcome here,” she says.
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