Mission: MEC's ambition is to be our clients' most valued business partner, famous for inspiring people and exceptional results.
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MEC is one of the world's leading media agency networks. Our 5,000 highly talented and motivated people work with category leading advertisers in 90 countries and we are a founding partner of GroupM.
MEC is committed to growth. Growth for our people, our clients and our industry. MEC pushes the boundaries of what’s possible in order to thrive in ~ Ad Ops ~ Analytics ~ Brand Partnerships ~ Content Marketing ~ Data ~ Insight ~ Integrated Planning ~ Mobile ~ Multi-cultural ~ Performance Marketing ~ Planning & Buying ~ Programmatic ~ Search ~ Social ~ Sport, Entertainment & Cause Marketing.
IF YOU LIKE ORDINARY, WE'RE NOT FOR YOU
If "beyond comfort" thrills you, if "expanding possible" attracts, then you'll do your best work here.
You'll do it because we'll provoke you, challenge you and unashamedly ask for more. We believe there are no limits for passion, imagination and wonder. And it's only when we explore the unknown that we can truly thrive.
That's why we're so passionate about investing in our people to help them thrive collectively and individually.
We'll reach out and help you explore the uncharted because that's where ideas flourish. It's where people and brands grow.
You owe it to yourself and we owe it to our clients. It's the MEC way.
DON'T JUST LIVE. THRIVE.
I worked at MEC full-time (More than 3 years)
Well run place with systems that work
Not a lot of upward mobility
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at MEC (New York, NY) in June 2013.
Laid back. Met with 4 different accounts and was asked about myself. nothing crazy; more conversational then anything. They wanted to see if you were just a normal somewhat intelligent person