We help you hire qualified marketers through recruiting consulting—we'll serve as the marketing experts in your process from defining the role to closing the candidate.
Many founders make the wrong first marketing hires. We can help you avoid that mistake.
We've been in these marketing roles and built marketing teams to scale. We've interviewed 1000s of marketers at for our teams at Asana, Intercom, Carta, Box, Facebook & more.
We'll help you evaluate candidates by being an marketing expert in your interview process.
We match candidates and companies. We refer candidates to companies on a contigent basis.
Whether referring or interviewing, we look for marketers who are both scrappy and strategic, with the right type of experience for your company.
We help you define the role and plan your interview process. This sets everyone involved up for success and speeds up the overall process.
We understand which candidates will be successful at early and growth-stage startups, focus on helping underrepresented candidates, and can screen for the skillset you need.
Asana, Carta, Astro (acq. Slack), Ticketfly
Emily has led marketing teams at Seed to Series E startups with $0 to $100M ARR. She built the marketing teams and functions from scratch at Asana, Carta, and Astro (acquired by Slack). Emily is also an advocate for fair compensation, and offers free salary and equity reviews through Help Wanted Project.
Box, Intercom, Scalyr, Facebook
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