MODERN IS CONNECTING
THE FUTURE TO THE NOW.

IT IS TIMELY, RELEVANT AND IT MOVES.

OUR DIFFERENCE

We've pursued what's next and evolved accordingly since our inception. We're big enough to carry the load and small enough to move. We are wired for change.

HOW WE THINK

Creation

Driving cultural connectivity with maker ingenuity

Intelligence

Turning big data into a systemic advantage

Frontierism

Infusing channel innovation via social, mobile and influencer

Architecture

Orchestrating experiences with sentient systems

WHAT WE DO

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Strategic Planning

Our mission is to drive your business ahead by marrying the arts and humanities to business goals and consumer insight. We help define your challenge and create a comprehensive strategic vision, from marketing strategy to digital enablement, that unlocks demand potential. Our unique FutureX lab is both an immersion room for client learning and an engine of innovation creating working prototypes. We help clients connect the points – points of view, touch points, data points – to plot the course ahead.

Content Strategy & Social Marketing

Culture and strategy eat breakfast together in our award-winning social practice. We blend consumer insights, social engagement specialty, and proprietary methods to drive brand participation that engages. Our content and social strategy teams architect, drive, and sustain meaningful connections in consumers’ native environments.

Brand Narrative

We communicate the powers of attraction by speaking human to humans. Breaking from the tradition of campaigns, we instead embark on modern marketing by joining consumers in their personal and emotional travels, and delivering contextual content that is on-brand and on-target. Using copywriting, art direction and design, we orchestrate and ideate for brand immersion in digital, physical and virtual environments.

Data Cognition

We’ve got the maths. From data marshaling, omni-channel attribution, Bayesian networks, and spectral clusters to predictive modeling and recommendation and targeting engines – we hack data and technology to create first-evers that can happen over and over again. We collect, clean, and connect rich data sources and then orchestrate connected experiences across different platforms, channels and mediums with continuous optimization. Our philosophy: intelligence is the rocket-fuel of marketing.

Tech Solutions

We make smarter systems. Our team, made up of solutions consultants, infrastructure architects, and development specialists, constructs content delivery platforms, CXM decision engines, and omni-commerce and mobile universes that bring to life consumer experience strategies. And if what you need doesn’t exist, we’ll make that, too.

Media Innovation

Leveraging our significant planning and buying clout powered by ZenithOptimedia Group is just the beginning. We craft new approaches for modern integrated communications by ideating across social, influencer, mobile, video, OTT and beyond. A key difference is our pioneering audience profile enrichment, where we connect human signals using 1st, 2nd, and 3rd party data — as large as 30,000+ audience segments — and narrowcast to addressable audiences across current and emerging media channels. We always look for the advantage that no one’s discovered and are willing to do things differently; our work is never done.

CXM & Design Technology

We bridge performance, technology and brand promise. We design evergreen consumer experience strategies by orchestrating relevant dynamic messages and creating adaptive paths that affect what happens next for consumers. Our marketing automation approach transforms complex consumer acquisition, interaction and loyalty programs into infinite conversational possibilities through thoughtful compositions.

Agile Content

Our clients asked for fast, efficient, high-quality content and we responded with an innovative solve. Unit3C – an agile content practice with a fully-equipped, on-site, production studio and hybridized staff that can simultaneously think and do. With the ability to direct, shoot, edit and animate short and long-form content in our signature 24-hour cycles, we exceed the need for real-time content for our clients.

WORK

College Football

UPS

Rachael Ray Nutrish

Ainsworth

Free Queso Day

Moe’s Southwest Grill

AMC Appiversary

AMC Theatres

Connection Day

Verizon

Free Coffee February

Chick-fil-A

Stop Wiping

Quilted Northern Ultra Plush

Fight Back

AMDRO

OUR LEADERS

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    Sean Reardon

    CEO MOXIE AND ROAR
    Protagonist

    A seasoned veteran boasting nearly two decades of experience, Sean has worked in multiple facets of the business. From account planning, media and strategy to data, insights, tech and brand, Sean’s diverse experience enables him to connect the dots across disciplines with great success. His broad-based perspective has proven valuable in his role as CEO for Roar, a Publicis Groupe Solution, and will continue to be a factor as he reshapes Moxie for the future of marketing. Prior to taking over the helms at Roar and Moxie, he spent time at Zenith Media, Publicis & Hal Riney, Goodby Silverstein & Partners and AKQA.

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    Sean Reardon

    CEO MOXIE AND ROAR
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    Matt Fleischman

    Chief Technology Officer (CTO)
    Rocket Builder

    Matt lives and breathes technology. Indeed, his technical expertise goes so deep that he has nearly become one with marketing technology and infrastructure, Internet technologies, data and analytics. If you’re looking for someone to build a cyborg, Matt’s probably your man.

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    Matt Fleischman

    Chief Technology Officer (CTO)
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    Chris Walker

    Chief Financial Officer (CFO)
    Calculator

    Chris specializes in organizational leadership and brings extensive negotiation, process streamlining, system implementation and cost reduction skills to Moxie. He brings a lot to the table (and makes sure we leave nothing on it).

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    Chris Walker

    Chief Financial Officer (CFO)
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    Solange Claudio

    Chief Operations Officer (COO)
    Optimator

    Solange’s expertise runs the gamut from digital platforms and CRM to online media, social and mobile experiences, with clients spanning technology, telecom, consumer goods, pharmaceuticals and financial services. Understanding that the key to success lies in the seamless integration of strategy, creative, technology and executional excellence, she stewards Moxie’s operations team in creating an energizing agency environment that empowers our top-notch talent to deliver best-in-class marketing solutions and business results.

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    Solange Claudio

    Chief Operations Officer (COO)
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    Adam Albrecht

    EVP, Creative
    Mojo

    Adam puts his considerable creative energy toward finding new ways to break through clutter and create work that truly stands apart in today's crowded marketing landscape. His work not only gets noticed, it moves the needle, as evidenced by his multiple Effie Awards. Adam's impressive range of brand experience includes work for Nationwide Insurance, Titan, Ski-Doo, Huntington, International Delight, Time Warner Cable and Donatos Pizza.

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    Adam Albrecht

    EVP, Creative
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    Melanie Santiago

    EVP, Media
    Location Scout

    As the leader of Moxie’s media department, Melanie ensures we’re delivering media strategy and solutions that drive our clients’ businesses forward. She believes in taking a truly holistic approach to media — one that integrates thought leadership and insights from every discipline in our agency. She boasts 17 years of in-depth, cross-channel media and marketing experience from both the agency and publishing perspectives.

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    Melanie Santiago

    EVP, Media
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    Kristina Jonathan

    EVP, Strategy
    Thinker

    Kristina helps steer Moxie’s efforts to deliver modern marketing, channel innovation and data-fueled solutions. A seasoned strategist with 18+ years of experience on both the client and agency sides, she boasts a proven track record of building and leading digital strategy teams and practices. Kristina has lent her expertise to an array of brands, including Ruth’s Chris Steak House, Arby’s, Nintendo, Kids II, InterContinental Hotels Group, ULTA Beauty, Go RVing, AT&T and more.

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    Kristina Jonathan

    EVP, Strategy
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    Mitch Scharf

    EVP, Client Management
    Hero

    A 15-year digital media veteran, Mitch connects insights and strategy to build solutions that drive growth for Moxie’s clients. More specifically, he brings the right balance of talent, resources and intelligence together to transform our clients’ biggest challenges into their greatest successes. He’s worked with an array of industry giants, including The Coca-Cola Company, Verizon, The Home Depot, FedEx, Delta, GlaxoSmithKline, Expedia, Bank of America, Yahoo! and Twitter.

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    Mitch Scharf

    EVP, Client Management
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    Beth Nigro

    SVP, General Manager – Pittsburgh
    Dream Catcher

    An experienced account manager and strategic leader, Beth oversees the operations of our Pittsburgh office. She focuses on ensuring our clients have the best teams in place to meet their needs (and stays up late at night thinking of ways to make things even better). With over 23 years of experience in marketing everything — from pet food to software — she brings welcome diversity, insight and expertise to any client effort.

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    Beth Nigro

    SVP, General Manager – Pittsburgh
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    Renee Blake

    SVP, Executive Creative
    Plot Bender

    Renee leads Moxie's creative talent across digital, social, direct, brand and emerging media. However broad the scope or targeted the effort, she focuses on cultivating loyalty-aligned consumer relationships from awareness through post-purchase and beyond. Armed with 20 years of award-winning work, Renee has spun stories, evoked engagement and elevated brands across every channel and platform. Her client portfolio includes Verizon, Nike, Netflix, AMC Theatres, Carnival Cruise Lines, Hyatt, BlueCross BlueShield and The Coca-Cola Company.

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    Renee Blake

    SVP, Executive Creative
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    Sandra Labonte

    VP, Human Resources
    Faithful Companion

    Sandra says she’s like the scale of justice (minus the sword and blindfold). Basically, she has to strike the balance between meeting employee needs and business objectives. Her role is made all the more dynamic by Moxie’s culture: having 650+ employees who are very tech-savvy means HR has to adapt employee programs at a lightning pace.

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    Sandra Labonte

    VP, Human Resources
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    Jane Matthews

    SVP, Business Development
    Megaphone

    Her career began more than two decades ago in New York, with the guys who started the infamous Studio 54 (fancy), and has included stints in publishing (bookish), market research (informative) and agency account management (bossy but in a smart, friendly sort of way). Jane has spent the past 13 years focused exclusively on developing new client business and existing client growth.

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    Jane Matthews

    SVP, Business Development
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    David Burke

    SVP, Delivery
    Blue Printer

    In a nutshell, David makes sure that Moxie delivers on its promises (and then some). More formally, he uses his expertise in vendor negotiations, production management, process development/integration, staffing and more to keep our agency and its teams operating smoothly, efficiently and effectively. His broad-based background includes (but definitely is not limited to) stints in B2B, finance, construction, hospitality and software.

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    David Burke

    SVP, Delivery

BUZZ

Feb 05 2016

3 Things Every Business Can Learn From Super Bowl Commercials

Moxie’s EVP of Creative shares three tips on how advertisers can score big during the Super Bowl. Read more >
Jan 28 2016

Trading Brains for Buttons: The Unintended Trap of Marketing Technologies

Is all of our marketing technology actually making us dumber? The paradox of trading brains for buttons — and what to do about it.

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Jan 21 2016

The Power (and Perils) of the Ecosystem

Mahan Archer weighs in on designing within a connected world.

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Jan 15 2016

Please Turn It Off: Publishers Respond to Ad Blocking

As ad blocking accelerates, publishers are looking for new ways to counteract the trend. Read more >
Jan 15 2016

How Chick-fil-A’s Social Media Marketing Translated Into Twitter, Facebook and Instagram Success

Chick-fil-A ranks overall favorite American brand of 2015 on social media. Learn more about the brand’s secret social sauce in this article. Read more >

If knowledge is power, then we are entering the first phase of the extraordinarily powerful consumer: the “uber-sumer.” Read about the five core trends that will be driving the behavior of this new kind of consumer and discover the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead for marketers.

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CAREERS

Got Moxie?

We’re always looking for more bold thinkers to join our ranks.
If your work defies convention, raises questions and turns heads, we want to talk to you.

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LIFE AT MOXIE

AT MOXIE, WE TAKE WHAT WE DO VERY SERIOUSLY.
BUT WE ALSO HAVE A LOT OF FUN DOING IT.

CONTACT

Let's Chat

Want to see what Moxie can do for you? Let's talk about the possibilities.

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Locations

Atlanta:
Northyards
Phone: 678.916.4500
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After turning onto Northyards Drive, please follow the road around to the left (the road curves back toward the cul-de-sac). Once you are in the cul-de-sac, turn into the complex farthest to the right. There’s a security gate and guard stand (no guard present during business hours).

Park in the parking garage to the left in any open space. Enter the campus at the Moxie sign and proceed down the paved walkway towards the 300 building. Please check in at the reception desk.

Los Angeles:
Century Plaza Towers
Phone: 310.551.3500
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We are located in The Century Plaza Towers at 2049 Century Park East. The entrance to visitor parking is on Constellation Boulevard, between Avenue of the Stars and Century Park East. Upon entering the garage, simply follow the signs for the 2049 building. Once inside the building, please visit the security desk (you will need your ID); the attendant will direct you to our floor.
New York:
Hudson
Phone: 212.859.5100
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Parking Directions

Since we are located in the city, we strongly suggest taking a cab or public transportation to our office. Should you choose to drive, paid parking is available via a privately run garage under our building. Entrances are located at 307 W. Houston Street and 107 King Street. For rates, hours of operation and more information, please click here.
Pittsburgh
Phone: 412.471.5300
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Parking Directions

Guest parking for our offices is available in the Forbes Garage at 400 Cherry Way, which is about one block southwest of our building. The entrance to the parking garage is located on Cherry Way, between Forbes Avenue and 4th Avenue. Once you’ve parked, please exit the garage and head northeast toward the Frick building, which is located on the corner of Forbes Avenue and Grant Street. There are three entrances to our building: one on Grant Street, one on 5th Avenue and one on Forbes Avenue. Once you’ve entered the building, please proceed up the steps to the South Mezzanine.