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Lindsay, Stone & Briggs Contacts
|Phil O.||President & Chief Operating Officer||WI|
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|Marsha L.||Chair & Chief Strategist - Client Growth, Branding & Innovation||WI|
|Julie H.||Partner & Executive Vice President, Creative Operations||WI|
|Lindsay F.||Senior Vice President & Chief Marketing Strategist||WI|
|Amy R.||Senior Vice President & Director, Public Relations||WI|
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Score 70 - Account in Jeopardy: EatStreet's first CMO at ideal outreach point
EatStreet also promoted Dawn Lobenstein to brand strategy VP last summer, just before Lindsay, Stone & Briggs was brought on as AOR to accelerate national growth and awareness. Since LBS specifically handles brand strategy, creative and PR work, agency readers should look for possible digital and media work here soon.
And even thought this relationship was recently formed, a new CMO could decide to change things up and bring in her own people. Note that Harms joined EatStreet in October, putting her at the ideal reach out time now.
Sellers - given the addition and promotion of two marketers, expect ad spend to increase as the company continues to expand (a growth VP was named last August). Digital sellers should begin reaching out soon to pick up any available ad dollars tied to potential upcoming campaigns. Focus your pitch around high ROI millennial engagement, particularly in smaller areas and college towns, as these are the markets that the company is currently targeting.
Experience: Harms most recently served as marketing VP for Duluth Trading (more on Duluth here).
Competitors: GrubHub and Eat24, as well as Postmates and DoorDash.
Digital Breakdown: According to Pathmatics, EatStreet has spent only $500 on digital display ads so far this year (162,200 impressions). In fact, since Jan. 2016, the company has spent only $3,800 on digital display ads, run mostly during Q1 and Q4 of 2016. Ads were placed mostly through Google AdX + AdSense (82%) or Criteo (13%). Top ad destinations include: rawstory.com, neopets.com, timesunion.com and wuxiaworld.com.
316 W. Washington Ave.
Madison, WI 53703
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