If you follow us on social media, you may have noticed our Facebook page just got a whole lot wittier. That’s because we recently hired Shelby Bake to join Element as the agency’s own social media specialist.
If you’ve called our Neenah office recently, you may have heard a new voice on the other end. That’s because we recently welcomed account coordinator, Kayla Marcoe, to our growing company. Kayla, a recent graduate of UW-Madison, has been learning the ropes of advertising firsthand by working alongside the agency’s administrative, account management, and public relations teams.
Element has been producing a lot of content for clients lately. At last count, we’ve reached roughly two bazillion people with our digital marketing programs in the past year.
And, that’s why we’re excited to welcome Marcus Sanford to the team as our new Content Marketing Analyst. He’s charged with telling the story behind all the data produced by our campaigns, turning raw numbers into business insights, and creating a 360° look at our clients’ marketing efforts. He also crafts our Marketing Automation solutions and manages CRM integration.
Continue reading Marcus Sanford, Element’s New Content Marketing Analyst, By the Numbers
We are excited to welcome Amanda Jackson, Element’s newest web developer to the team. With a background in website design and development, Amanda works to improve the function of existing websites and researches new platforms and frameworks to give our clients the best interactive resources available.
We caught up with Amanda to learn about her love for website development, what it takes to learn a new platform, and just how her Neopets are doing!
Feeling a little more “Bah-humbug” than Joy to the World right now? No worries, we’ve got just the person to help.
Emma Nelson joined Element this fall as a content marketing specialist, but she’s also our in-house expert on the holidays.
A native of Rhinelander, she recently moved back to Wisconsin from Colorado where she was working as a freelance writer for a variety of clients, from horse supplement makers and financial planners to magazines for baby boomers.
We quickly learned that Emma loves the holiday season, Christmastime in particular. So we thought it would be a great idea to let her cheer up the Grinches and Scrooges out there this time of year.
If the holidays feel like a drag and your life’s a little too hectic, Emma’s attitude will help you get some jingle back in your bells.
Element is excited to welcome Account Strategist Mike Dockum to the team. From a marketing firm to a video production company,
Mike has held a variety of positions in an array of industries. Now, as Element’s own marketing “medicine man”, Mike demonstrates his skills to quickly identify the root cause of acute and chronic maladies experienced by the brands our company serves, and proposes appropriate remedies based on his diagnosis.
We sat down with Mike to learn more about his unique skill set, sense of humor, and just what makes a magnificent IPA.
Public relations can be a tough gig. Your client’s image and reputation are put into your hands, and they expect you to deliver results when it comes to media coverage, public awareness, event planning, and crisis management.
That’s why it’s important to have people like Chloe De Young on your side.
Chloe is Element’s new public relations specialist, joining PR Director Tara Brzozowski in serving our clients’ needs on everything from press releases and media plans to featured articles and influencer outreach.
Previously, Chloe’s worked for a Fox Valley ad agency and as in-house marketing specialist for HJ Martin & Son. She also volunteers for House of Hope in Green Bay through Touchdowns for Hope.
Since starting at our agency this summer, she supported her team in the Element Games by stuffing marshmallows in her mouth at an incredible rate.
But beyond her résumé, how are we so sure Chloe is good at what she does?
We decided to put her to the test.
Sonic is a blue, anthropomorphic hedgehog with super speed who is one of the most-recognizable video game characters of all time.
Jess Brisson is a thick-bearded, bespectacled web developer with a wife and two kids who just started working at Element.
Where do these two intersect? Let’s dive in and find out …
Breaking news from the Northeast Wisconsin marketing industry … Element, an exceptional marketing and advertising agency in De Pere, recently hauled in three highly-sought-after new hires.
The suspects include a designer, a content creator, and an account executive.
“We’ve been searching all over for these characters,” said agency principal Lance Peroutka. “Now that they’re off the job market, the public can feel safe and sleep soundly once again.”
Here are all the details on the rap sheets for our three newest employees …
We’re extremely excited about everything that’s coming up in 2016. There will be new projects, new challenges, and new faces!
Two of those new faces joined us earlier this month as account executives: Katie Braun and Kimberly Uelmen.
Allow us to tell you a little about these two talented ladies, what they bring to the table, and what they’re really like.