Archive for September, 2011
Fun fact: Before Charlie Horsey was our boss, his boss was Bob Barker. Well, indirectly, anyway. To learn more about that and other little-known gems from Charlie’s wild and wooly 20-plus-year career, check out the MKTG INC CEO’s interview in sales and marketing mag FINS.com. Come on down!
While most eyes will be on Yankee Stadium in October, earlier this fall Nike’s Bowery Stadium played host to Dark Sun, an exhibition by photographer Ari Marcopoulos. For two weeks, the MKTG-designed space was adorned with black and white pictures of New York’s burgeoning surf scene and wave-shaped sculptures that doubled as skate ramps.
Check out this Cool Hunting post for more details on Marcopoulos and a full write-up on the installation.
Photo credit: Coolhunting.com
MKTG INC believes in the power of community and giving back. That’s why we’ve launched MKTG INC’s charitable arm, MKTG INC 4 Good.
For this year’s initiative, we’ve partnered with TopSpin. TopSpin has a 2011 fundraising goal of $1 million, which will benefit 11 youth and educational charities in each host city (New York, Chicago, San Francisco and Los Angeles). In addition to a cash donation, MKTG INC will provide in-kind program management services, will handle development and production, will provide support in the procurement of sponsorships and will be responsible for creative design for program events. Read the rest of this entry »
As the 10th anniversary of the September 11th attacks approaches, there is a strong urge to put those fateful events in context. MKTG EVP Bryan Duffy shares his thoughts about the day and what unfolded afterwards in a guest post for Chief Marketer’s The Big Fat Marketing Blog. Read the full text here.
We’re proud to announce that MKTG made Event Marketer’s It List of the top 100 event agencies for the second year in a row.
We’d put together an event to celebrate, but we’re kind of busy with clients at the moment. Check out the full MKTG write up here.
Flight delayed? Good. If you’re taking to the skies on Virgin Atlantic, it’ll give you more time to play around with Google’s new Chromebook. Event Marketer did a nice write up of the program MKTG developed with Google to drive awareness of its soon-to-launch laptop. Lucky airline passengers and guests of New York’s Ace Hotel can get their hands on these sleek PCs from now until the end of September.