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Epsilon is the global leader in delivering meaningful direct to- consumer connections that drive performance. Focused on customer management and customer engagement, Epsilon delivers end-to-end solutions to fit the needs of clients. Epsilon’s approach incorporates strategy and data for rich insights, technology for targeted communications and creative programs to deliver authentic brand experiences and build long-lasting relationships.
We Bring It All Together
Epsilon believes that by combining science and art – two contrasting forces that interact seamlessly as part of a greater whole - marketers can create deep customer engagement that drives dramatic results.
This full-brain approach has earned us numerous accolades including being named #1 Top US Agency From All Disciplines in the 2012 Ad Age Agency Report. Now that’s smart.
Here are a few more reasons you’ll love working with us:
- As a global company, we operate in North America, EMEA and APAC, and employ over 4800- associates worldwide
- We are the world’s largest permission-based email marketing provider, sending over 42 billion permission-based emails annually
- We work with over 2,000 global clients, including 26 of the Fortune 100, who trust Epsilon with their essential marketing services
- Forrester Research ranks Epsilon as a top Database Marketing Services Provider
- Epsilon is an Alliance Data Company (NYSE: ADS)
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Business Analyst at Epsilon (student candidate)
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Interview Details – Interviewer was very friendly and welcoming. I thought it was going well-the questions mostly involved behavioral situations and my resume- but after the interview, they never sent any rejection letter, which was really annoying. – Full Interview
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