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MKTG ATL Hosts Experiential Showcase

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The head nod. The aspiration of every capabilities presentation.

Problem is, nods of assent look suspiciously like the onset of an afternoon nap.

So, what’s the best way to keep people’s attention during a capabilities presentation? That was the question MKTG Atlanta set out to answer.

Being in the show-don’t-tell marketing channel, the answer was easy.

On June 21st, the MKTG Atlanta office held its first Experiential Showcase for clients, brands, and related agencies in an authentically MKTG way; by letting them experience them firsthand. They created an awesome environment full of food, drinks, music and a sampling of the innovations that they’ve recently developed that have toured the country over the last year. With an escape room, unique top tennis challenge, arcade games, AR experiences, MKTG merch and plenty of monitors and TV walls featuring MKTG content, guests left with a deeper appreciation of what MKTG can bring to the party.

Take a look at the video above or HERE and the gallery below to get a peek into the action! Thanks to everyone that came out. We hope you had as much fun as we did!

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Written by Stephanie Rudnick
Stephanie Rudnick

June 28th, 2018 at 12:49 pm

MKTG Atlanta “Storytellers” Series

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Mallika Pereira and Alma Angeles from Major League Soccer/Soccer United Marketing AT MKTG Atlanta

















Last  Thursday, MKTG Atlanta hosted the latest iteration of their “Storytellers” series, this time featuring our clients Mallika Pereira and Alma Angeles from Major League Soccer/Soccer United Marketing.

“Storytellers” is an up-close-and-personal Q&A session hosted with clients, partners and other influencers in the Atlanta office and a huge success we hope to roll out at other offices.

Mallika and Alma began with a tour of the Atlanta office, including our highly impressive fully-stocked and organized 40,000 square foot warehouse followed by a cocktail hour, and, finally, the “Storytellers” hour-long Q&A covering their respective career paths, what they believe makes a great leader, and their person goals and aspirations. They were both so inspiring and impressive.

They also  shared the case study on the hugely successful Batalla Viewing Party concepted and produced by MKTG in collaboration with MLS/SUM to celebrate the highly-anticipated US vs Mexico National Team game in Los Angeles. You can also learn more about the program HERE as it was featured on the Dentsu Aegis UNBOXED series this month.

With over 70% of the Atlanta office attending, it was a wildly successful addition to the series. Stay tuned for the next one!


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Written by Mary Kate Pleggenkuhle
Mary Kate Pleggenkuhle

September 20th, 2017 at 9:56 am

Surprise MKTG Atlanta!

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On Tuesday, MKTG Atlanta’s office was surprised with complimentary yogurt parfait breakfast as they walked into the office. They were able to build their own yogurt parfaits with various fruit and granola toppings. It was our way of trying to help our colleagues have a great day by starting off with a healthy breakfast, and hopefully a smile!

Take a look at a few photos below!

–Contributed by MKTG Atlanta 

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Written by Paige McConney
Paige McConney

September 29th, 2016 at 9:47 am

MKTG Atlanta Corporate 5K Challenge

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Last Friday, members from our MKTG Atlanta office banded together to participate in a Corporate 5K Challenge!

Produced by U.S Olympian and running expert Jeff Galloway, the Kaiser Permanente Corporate Run/Walk & Fitness Program is a unique workplace-organized fitness promotion that kicks off with Get Active Atlanta!, an 8-week training program The event culminates in a downtown Corporate 5K Run/Walk and company picnic with Rupert’s Orchestra providing the entertainment. The Kaiser Permanente Corporate Run/Walk & Fitness Program is designed to promote health, wellness and fitness among metro Atlanta companies and their employees. A portion of proceeds benefits the Atlanta Community Food Bank, Back on My Feet and the Atlanta Braves Foundation.

See below to check out a few more photos from the run!


–Contributed by MKTG Atlanta

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A Day in the Life: Ari Solomon, MKTG Atlanta

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Comparing Ari Solomon’s Atlanta “Day in the Life” to our previous feature of Jonathan Zheng’s Singapore experience is definitive proof about what it’s like to work at MKTG: we’re such a connected network focused on the human experience, yet each office enthusiastically distinguishes itself through the city it calls home. Let’s take a trip down to The Peach State, checking in with Ari Solomon, Client Services at MKTG Atlanta.  Ari proves that his hometown is a city with so much more than the usual stereotypes of BBQ, endless traffic and Southern hospitality. After a day’s work amidst the tightly-knit culture that MKTG Atlanta is known for, Ari takes on the ATL as a roving foodie, music expert and hockey player.

MKTG: What do you work on?
I work on Client Services for The Wine Group account. My daily responsibilities include event management, client communication, strategy, ideation, vendor sourcing and hospitality for the account’s music festival programs. Due to my 10+ years of music industry experience at CAA and Live Nation, I’ve been able to provide unique opportunities to elevate the brand’s festival experience through artist procurement, contract development, strategic partnerships, licensing and publicity opportunities. In addition, I enjoy providing insight to coworkers who inquire about opportunities to integrate their accounts into the music business.

What time do you wake up on a typical work day?
AS: I usually hit the snooze button around 6:15 am and wake up at 6:30 am.

What’s the first thing you do when you wake up? Do you have a routine?
AS: I scroll through my Twitter List to catch up on pop culture and tech news, brew a cup of coffee, answer work and personal emails, shower, check in with family and scour the fridge for items that may pass as lunch.

Your day cannot be properly started without ______
AS: Having coffee with my wife before she starts her shift at the hospital- she’s a postpartum nurse.

How do you commute to work and do you enjoy your commute? Details please!
AS: Drive. I don’t mind the commute because I utilize the time listening to my favorite podcasts.

Which podcasts do you listen to?
AS: I really got into podcasts when my car radio died. I enjoy listening to episodes of Fox’s Radio Newscast, Recode Media with Peter Kafka, The Joe Rogan Experience and NPR’s All Songs Considered.

Does your day have a soundtrack? If so, what’s on your playlist that is a daily obsession or gives you that stroke of genius?
AS: Absolutely. I usually let my daily mood dictate the era, genre and artist, however, The Beatles, The Stones, Zeppelin, Otis Redding, Ryan Adams, Zac Brown Band, and Kings of Leon are daily obsessions. I’m currently loving new music from The Record Company, Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats and Chris Stapleton- check them out and let me know what you think!

Name your top five apps and why.
AS: Spotify: I love being able to listen to my entire music library at any time, and I enjoy exchanging playlists with music fans from around the world.
Twitter (Lists): One stop shop for all my favorite media and news outlets.
Waze: It corrects my terrible sense of direction and helps me defeat Atlanta traffic.
Whatsapp: Affordable way to stay in touch with family in Israel and South Africa.
Mixology: Provides inspiration for my inner mixologist.

What are some restaurants or spots near your office that make your day- from a lunch place that knows your ‘usual’ to a beautiful park- what locales do you live by?
AS: It’s a great time to be a foodie in Atlanta. The culinary scene is rapidly increasing and we are seeing award-winning chefs debuting trendy restaurants every weekend.
Muss and Turners: Deli by day and bistro by night with “no culinary boundaries and no pretense.” Also, the speakeasy located behind the kitchen freezer door is a great spot for post-work drinks.
Heirloom Market: Where “The South” meets South Korea to create delicious smoked BBQ. I recommend the smoked tri-tip sandwich with the sweet heat sauce.
Porch Light Latin Kitchen: Local farm-to-table Central American-inspired cuisine. The friendly chef is known for sitting down at your table, grabbing a drink and discussing his creations with you.
Canoe: Fresh seasonal dishes with a view of the Chattahoochee River, colorful gardens and natural greenery.

What after-work activity makes your week complete?
AS: I’ve been playing ice hockey since I was 7-years-old and I currently play in the Atlanta Amateur Hockey League.


Contributed by MKTG Atlanta & MKTG Global Communications team

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Written by Andrea D'Alessandro
Andrea D'Alessandro

August 25th, 2016 at 10:17 am

MKTG Atlanta: “Discovering You”

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MKTG Atlanta’s Career Planning Committee, affectionately referred to as the “CPC”, hosted their first annual “Discovering You” day on June 30. The day was filled with various activities to foster self-reflection and learn more about oneself. We kicked off with breakfast and goodie bag distribution (packed with the book Fired Up Or Burned Out, a Tangle, positivity tools and snacks).  Participants were able to view Ted Talk presentations all day, take a personality test and write a letter to a colleague encouraging them in the areas that they excel. We chatted over a Food For Thought lunch and enjoyed documenting the day’s experience via video, above. The “Discovering You” experience instilled a buzz around the office, as colleagues continue to share what they’ve learned about themselves. We are already looking forward to next year!
provided by MKTG Atlanta 

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Written by Andrea D'Alessandro
Andrea D'Alessandro

July 1st, 2016 at 12:11 pm