- New York, NY
- 501 to 1000 Employees
- 8 Locations
- Type: Company - Private
- Founded in 2012
- Revenue: $25 to $100 million (USD)
- Advertising & Public Relations
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Kepler's culture really sets it apart. (What the company DOES is remarkable, but that's not why you're reading this,) It’s the kind of place where the work is as rewarding as it is challenging, and the benefits show that team members are truly valued. Transparency from leadership isn’t an empty promise or buzzword here — it’s the real deal, and it makes a difference. I haven't seen this type of regular open 2-way sharing before. Some team members who have only experienced Kepler probably don' t know how rare this kind of culture is. But for anyone who's been in the industry, it's refreshing. We’ve got a diverse team that spans the globe, with unique backgrounds, passions, and dreams, and that diversity is celebrated every day. The commitment to equity and inclusion is tangible — with vibrant and active employee resource groups, share-outs, etc. It's a place with strong ambition, led by founders who are still hands-on and passionate a decade later. Overall, I recommend working with and joining Kepler, because at the end of the day, you're choosing which people you want to spend you time with, and learning from. I remember hearing how Rick has welcomed new (often young and starting out) associates: 'Thank you for choosing to launch your career with us.' That says a lot about the kind of supportive, forward-thinking place Kepler is. (Also I think any leader reading this review should write that quote down.)
I can't speak to years long past, but I've seen some tough reviews on this site... Clearly there is work to be done so that all team members are either happy to be on a path of personal and professional growth at Kepler, or they are being supported by their Kepler team mates and leaders in taking the next step of their career journey elsewhere. To reference the Rick quote again, I think that's the spirit of the company. Having people who are not on either of those two paths is inevitable at a company of this size, but it's a con, for any company.
Kepler Group Interviews
- Anonymous Employee in London, EnglandNo OfferNeutral ExperienceDifficult InterviewApplication
I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Kepler Group (London, England) in Nov 2023
InterviewFirst stage - 30 minute video call with a member of HR, was very nice and kind
Second stage - 30 minute video call with two other analysts, very similar questions to first stage
Third/final stage - 1 hour in-person interview in their office with two more senior employees. Included two tasks, first was a presentation about programmatic advertising and the second was a data analysis task. You can present the data analysis task however you like. After presenting each task the interviewers ask questions regarding it to test your understanding further and then more questions about how you like to work and be supported. As a graduate this made Kepler feel like a more supportive working environment for those in their early careers, which is something I was particularly looking for. Prior to arriving, I was told to check in with the office buildings' reception, however, when I got there I was told they did not have contact with Kepler so I had to email them to let them know I was there.
Almost a week after my final stage interview, I received an email saying I wasn't successful without any feedback. I emailed back to ask for feedback/areas to improve. I don't think this is unreasonable or unexpected as this would be very useful for someone in the early stages of their career who invested time in interviewing, preparing presentations and travelling into their office. However, I received an automatic email back saying I don't have permission to contact that email anymore. It was the same email that I'd emailed previously, therefore I feel my email was blocked upon rejection. This has distorted what I had previously thought of Kepler as being a supportive work environment for those in the earlier stages of their careers.Interview
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We’re thrilled to announce that Joshua Lerman is now Kepler’s Global CEO at Kepler. Lerman succeeds our founding CEO Rick Greenberg, who will now serve as Kepler’s Executive Chairman, retaining an active role in the business. Lerman will focus on Kepler’s continued expansion, accelerating our tech and data science capabilities, and continuing to build an empowered, diverse team. “My time at Kepler to date has been one of the most fulfilling chapters of my career,” Lerman says. “I am honored to take on the role of Global CEO, and to continue working alongside such a gifted team.”
The last two years have posed many new challenges for marketers and advertisers, and 2022 will be no different. Kepler's North American CEO Remy Stiles recently spoke to AdExchanger about how we're acting as a strategic partner for clients during a time of major upheaval in the industry. “We’re executing their full-funnel media programs and helping them with their data and tech infrastructure and strategy, and their measurement solutions and strategy,” she said. But the future of digital advertising is about more than solving for the loss of third-party cookies. “DEI efforts, leaning into commerce and retail media and the evolution of the whole TV ecosystem are going to be core efforts for us in 2022." Read more about our priorities for the year ahead and for the ever-changing digital advertising ecosystem of the future:
Kepler Group Awards & Accolades
- #7 in AdAge’s Best Places to Work 2020, AdAge, 2020
- Ad Age Best Places to Work 2020, Ad Age, 2020
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...The company its really nice in the way it treats the employees, extra free days and a few benefits...
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Overall, 57% of employees would recommend working at Kepler Group to a friend. This is based on 351 anonymously submitted reviews on Glassdoor.
57% of job seekers rate their interview experience at Kepler Group as positive. Candidates give an average difficulty score of 2.9 out of 5 (where 5 is the highest level of difficulty) for their job interview at Kepler Group.
42% of employees think that Kepler Group has a positive business outlook. This is based on anonymous employee reviews submitted on Glassdoor.