Mission: Always be growing!
So much to celebrate from this year - and it's only August! Another great video from our amazing video production team! #AlwaysBeCelebrating
We're excited to announce that our very own VP of Partner Sales, Eric Watkins, has been named a 2018 Game Changer by Workforce Magazine! Congratulations, Eric! http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQ1k6
Abstrakt Marketing Group is an organization that measures success by that of our clients AND employees. Our company was built on the belief that ideas alone are not enough to bring life to a company – but action is. Each member of our team has an impact on our projects and each individual’s personality is as bold and unique as the designs, content and scripts we produce and carry out each day.
We strive to be the Number One Resource for Companies Looking to Grow Sales and we accomplish that through offering invaluable services and maintaining an exceptional team. With every company we’ve collaborated with, we have demonstrated success that has helped contribute to the strengthened strategic processes we have in place today.
Our team of hard-playing, hard-working individuals consists of designers, copywriters, editors, account managers, strategists, musicians, salespeople, quality control managers, social media managers, administrative masterminds, entrepreneurs, and unintentional comedians. We use our diverse backgrounds and skills to master the Art of Business Growth while always setting our sights ahead on continued improvement.
Abstrakt Marketing Group — Always Be Growing!
Converting prospects into leads is all about communicating with the right people at the right time and through the right mediums. Our Pipeline Sales Outsourcing Solution combines salesmanship with strategy to reach and appeal to your prospective clients. This process leaves you with quality appointments with prospects who are familiar and interest in your company. Abstrakt takes away the headache of prospecting for less than the cost of one full-time sales employee.
If you’re looking to see real business growth from your marketing efforts, Abstrakt’s Virtual Marketing Manager is the perfect solution for you. In today’s market, having outstanding marketing assets, a great social media presence and an amazing website isn’t just important, it’s essential. What if you were able to get it all under one roof and gain access to a creative team with your company’s success in mind for less than the cost of one full-time employee? Abstrakt’s digital marketing agency has developed the Virtual Marketing Manager to unify your marketing strategy and deliver your brand message consistently, creatively and captivatingly.
Our work environment at Abstrakt can best be defined as slightly casual meets extremely strategic. We encourage our staff to be themselves and fun is a requirement. With success comes opportunity and as Abstrakt continues to double in size year after year, we remain on the lookout for fresh new faces to join our team.
We’re looking for individuals that have the drive and perseverance to take our business to the next level while at the same time growing their own individual careers. As you perform at Abstrakt, advancement is possible and we will work with you to fulfill your career goals.
At Abstrakt, we value and support our people as a competitive advantage. We work to attract, develop, engage, and retain team members who reflect the diversity of the customers and communities we serve. We say “team members,” not “employees,” because our people are a treasured resource to be invested in, not expenses to be managed — and because teamwork is essential to our success in helping our client partners.
I worked at Abstrakt Marketing Group part-time (More than a year)
Fast-paced, commission incentives, great culture and people.
I occassionaly got bored of sitting and making calls all day.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 4 days. I interviewed at Abstrakt Marketing Group (Saint Louis, MO) in May 2013.
Talked with the recruiter, then the director. I waited a little bit to meet with the recruiter, but he was very nice once we met. He gave me a quick tour around the office, and then introduced me to the director. We sat down in his office and he interviewed me. It was easy to talk to him, and I did not feel nervous or intimidated by him. Everyone seemed to like their job, and the office was decorated with funny pictures of the workers.