MediaSmack Attends Prestigious Google Elevator Program
SACRAMENTO, Calif., May 21, 2018 (Newswire.com) - Recently, MediaSmack sent two of its employees to San Francisco to attend Google’s Elevator Program. Zach Thompson, founder and co-president, and Lucy O’Brien, director of SEO, were selected by Google to attend this prestigious event. It included representatives from 30 marketing agencies which are all growing and rapidly expanding their client base.
“We were thrilled to be included in this exclusive workshop,” said Zach Thompson. “The chance to collaborate with other professionals in the marketing industry – and to learn with them – is a rare opportunity. Selection for the program is limited, so we are pleased that Google recognized MediaSmack’s past achievements and potential for future expansion.”
What is the Google Elevator Program?
The Google Elevator program was designed by the company to identify digital marketing agencies that have a history of high performance and success for clients, as well as the potential for growth and rapid expansion. The program’s goal is to share the capabilities of Google’s tools and technology while gaining feedback from marketers about industry needs. The two-day program in San Francisco focused on strategic planning, business growth and company culture, among other topics.
The selection process for this program is rigorous. Google Partners are encouraged to apply; these applications are then vetted by Google representatives to identify those who meet the high standards for inclusion.
“The fact that not one, but two of our team members were accepted into this program is an honor,” said Zach Thompson. “We learned a lot in that two days, and were pleased to network with so many other inspiring industry professionals.”
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