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MediaMath: Empowering the new breed of marketing professionals


The Mad Men of the 1960s helped define the way business has been done in our industry for the last 50 years. With the advent of digital technology, interactive channels and vast amounts of data, a new breed of advertising professional has emerged - Math Men and Math Women.

What do they do? They use data to understand consumer behavior and identify opportunities. They translate those insights into integrated marketing strategies across channels, with clear and measurable goals. They use advanced analytics to identify the media and audiences that will best reach those goals, and quantify the value of each. They analyze results and optimize to deliver more of what's working and less of what isn't, and they do it every day. In short, they use technology and data to turn ideas into results.

At MediaMath (founded 2007), we've built the tools that enable and empower this new breed of marketing professional. Our TerminalOne platform allows agencies and advertisers to plan, execute, optimize, and analyze marketing programs across the digital landscape.

The result?  Greater efficiency, measurably superior performance of each advertising dollar and strategic media and audience insights to drive smarter decision-making for the new generation of Math Men.


We're driven at warp speed to boldly go where no math man or math woman has gone before.
To do that, we've gathered a group of super-human individuals to revolutionize the ad tech industry and break down the barriers of traditional media buying. While it is our mission to empower the marketing professional, we know that in order to do that we need to empower our own - The force is strong in our Math Men and Math Women and barriers to success have no place here.

Math Values

What's important to us here at MediaMath? Our Math Values will give you a good idea...
With great intellectual horsepower comes great responsibility
We're driven at warp speed to boldly go where no mad man has gone before
We own our careers and our contributions to organizational success
We partner to turn insights from our diverse group of super-human individuals into collective problem solving
The force is strong in our Math Men and Math Women and barriers to success have no place here

Everything you need from work to simplify your life.

 Comprehensive medical, dental and vision coverage for all full-time employees.
Flexible spending account for medical, dependent care, parking and transit.
Free on-site chair massages.
Open Paid Time Off, plus 9 company holidays.
Generous maternity and paternity leave.
401(k), Roth 401(k), 401(k) Match, and equity.
Gym discount across the country.
Smartphone device allowance of up to $250 every 2 years.
Employee assistance program.


MediaMath Reviews

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MediaMath CEO Joe Zawadzki
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79 Ratings

    I've been working here for almost two months, and couldn't be happier.

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    Current Employee - Executive Assistant in New York, NY
    Current Employee - Executive Assistant in New York, NY

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    I began working at MediaMath about two months ago. I had grown somewhat accustomed to a background of micromanagement, high turn-over rate, and overall employee dissatisfaction at my previous job, so working here has been an overwhelmingly positive change, to say the least. I was shocked when my manager told me that I could come in/leave at times that were convenient to me (as long as it was 40 hours a week). At my previous job, someone was waiting for us with a clipboard writing down when we came in. :) Also, at my previous job we were constantly being asked to stay late without being compensated for it. If I ever have to stay late or complete a project during the weekend (which has only happened once) I receive over time pay. (This may depend on your position, though). Everyone has been nothing but helpful and kind. The environment is relaxed, and I find myself laughing with co-workers several times a day. I still haven't had a day where I haven't felt like coming into work. The unlimited paid time off policy is very comforting to have, especially for people who work hard but also enjoy travelling throughout the year. There are also lots of opportunities for growth/advancement in the company. There honestly isn't any work drama (at least none that I've seen) which was a breath of fresh air for me. I've worked in several places where people were constantly bickering/gossiping and it becomes exhausting and annoying after awhile. The cell phone data plan reimbursement and free snacks/keurig coffee are an added bonus, as well.


    I wouldn't say that there are any challenges working here. It probably depends on your position; I'm an executive assistant and never feel stressed out or that my job is overwhelming. If I had to change one thing, I would probably ask from more of a 401K match. Other than that, I really can't think of any suggestions that would make working here better than it already is. If you're considering accepting a position here, I would highly recommend it!

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MediaMath Interviews

Updated Feb 12, 2015
Updated Feb 12, 2015

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    Director Interview

    Anonymous Employee in New York, NY
    Anonymous Employee in New York, NY
    Application Details

    I applied online. The process took 6+ weeksinterviewed at MediaMath.

    Interview Details

    Screening call with HR then a 30 min call with hiring manager, and then face-to-face interviews with a person that I would have manage as well as a VP from another department. The hiring manager said that we would meet to continue our call but they weren't present. I followed up twice after my face-to-face interviews but never heard back, which was very unprofessional. The time you take off of work and the time you put into the process at least deserves an automated response declining your candidacy. I was also sent to the wrong building by the HR person which made me late to the interview. If this is any indication of the company, I would not recommend them.

    Interview Questions
    • I was asked about my experience pertaining to the job and also my knowledge about the company and Ad Tech industry. The hiring manager asked me about some of my projects but the conversation was cut short as she had another call. It was only about 30 min by phone. Others I met with asked me about my leadership philosophy as well as what had brought me to interview for the position.   Answer Question
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MediaMath Awards & Accolades

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Top 26 Start-Ups to Sell For, Crunched, 2012
OnMedia 100 Top Private Companies (B2B: Advertising Networks), AlwaysOn, 2013
Forrester Wave Leader (#1), Forrester Research, 2011
Crain's Fast Fifty, Crain's New York Business, 2013
Best Places to Work in NYC, Crain's New York, 2014
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Additional Info

Headquarters New York, NY
Size 500 to 999 Employees
Founded 2007
Type Company - Private
Industry Business Services
Revenue $10 to $25 million (USD) per year
Competitors Turn, INVITE MEDIA, DataXu

MediaMath is a digital marketing technology company dedicated to reengineering modern marketing to offer transformative results based on tangible goals. Its math-driven Marketing Operating System, TerminalOne™, brings together digital media and data into a powerful and flexible solution that simplifies planning, execution, optimization and analysis of both direct response and branding campaigns.

Since inventing the DSP in 2007, MediaMath has delivered results for customers that include every major international ad agency and holding company. MediaMath is a privately... More

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