Mission: Our mission is empower advertisers and publishers through our trusted search syndication platform and personalized expertise
Performance-Driven Search Syndication Advertising
adMarketplace is an online advertising company that specializes in syndicated search and operates the largest global search network outside of Google and Yahoo! Bing. Our proprietary platform, Advertiser 3D, leads the industry in innovation and is the first and only dashboard to allow keyword bidding by traffic source and device type. This granular control over search campaigns attracts the Internet's largest advertisers and agencies.
Chairman & Chief Executive Officer
adMarketplace was founded by Jamie in March of 2000. Jamie's primary duties as Chairman and CEO include setting the overall strategy, direction, and vision for adMarketplace. Prior to adMarketplace, he was an executive at CBS Broadcasting. Before joining CBS, Jamie worked at Telerep and was responsible for developing marketing strategies for Fortune 500 advertisers. Jamie is a proud University of Southern California Trojan.
Adam J. Epstein
President & Chief Operating Officer
Adam joined adMarketplace in November 2003 and became President & COO in June 2006. He is responsible for managing day-to-day business operations. Prior to joining adMarketplace, Adam launched Fancast.com. Before becoming an Internet entrepreneur, Adam clerked for a US District Court judge and was an attorney at Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP in New York. Adam graduated from Columbia University and the University of Michigan Law School. He lives in New Jersey with his wife and four children.
Michael E. Yudin
Chief Technology Officer
Mike joined adMarketplace in October 2007 from SmartyAds, a pay-per-click advertising company he founded. Mike has 20 years of engineering experience and led product development teams at Ubique, one of the very first successful internet startups, and AOL. Mike received a Masters in Computer Science from the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel, and is an expert on information theory, data retrieval, cryptography and efficient algorithms.
Senior Vice President of Finance & Operations
Edward is responsible for all aspects of finance organization, including internal controls and processes. Prior to joining adMarketplace, Ed served as Vice President of Finance at Yodle for 7 years where he helped them grow to pre-IPO status. Ed has held additional senior finance roles at Quest Internet Solutions, Warnervision Entertainment, and Paramount Communications. Ed lives with his wife and children in Westfield, New Jersey.
Senior Vice President of Engineering
Chris is responsible for the adMarketplace platform architecture and execution. Chris has been a technologist since the early days of the internet: at start-ups such as BBN, one of the first internet companies, Sandpiper, the first content delivery network (CDN), and large multi-nationals like SAVVIS, Charles Schwab Capital Markets and UBS. He comes to adMarketplace from OZ Information Technologies, where he was the Chief Executive Manager. Prior to that, he managed east coast sales engineering for Cotendo/Akamai.
Vice President of Business Development
Vincent leads adMarketplace's publisher acquisition efforts. He joined the company in 2013 after working as the Director of Corporate Development & Partnerships at Criteo for five years, helping grow the business from 20 to 900 employees worldwide. Prior to Criteo, Vincent created mid market solutions for European advertisers. He received his Masters in History and Geography from La Sorbonne, Paris IV, and is fluent in English, Spanish, and French.
Scott 'Tuc' Ellentuch
Vice President of Infrastructure
Scott, or Tuc as he's more commonly known, leads the Production and Corporate Infrastructure teams at adMarketplace. He has over 35 years of experience in the industry first as a programmer and then working his way into infrastructure. Tuc started his own software company at just 13 years old. He then joined Electronic Data Systems starting as a Support Operator and, 12 years later, ending as a Senior Infrastructure Engineer. He went on to start TTSG Internet Services, a highly successful managed server hosting company. After a short-lived retirement, Tuc joined adMarketplace in August 2012. Whenever possible he still enjoys relaxing at his beach house in North Carolina.
Vice President of Marketplace Operations
Rebecca leads adMarketplace's Platform Development team. She is adept at harnessing data & building sophisticated business solutions, and she was instrumental in launching and developing the platform intelligence team. Prior to adMarketplace, Rebecca managed operations and platform development for a NYC & Asia based B2B start-up. Rebecca earned a Master's in International Affairs from Columbia University and a BA in History from Scripps College. She's an avid traveler, and she has worked on a number of entrepreneurial projects in West Africa, the Middle East, and Southeast Asia.
Vice President of Sales
Chris is responsible for managing our sales team. He joined adMarketplace in 2010, and has been a key member of the sales team for five years. Most recently, Chris was responsible for forging and maintaining adMarketplace's agency relationships across the four major holding companies. As VP of Sales, Chris leads sales growth, training, and strategic partnerships. He is an avid traveler and loves the beach.
Sr. Director, Advertiser Strategy
Alysa leads adMarketplace's Account Management and Client Services teams. Prior to joining adMarketplace, Alysa managed agency relationships and strategic agency accounts at Marin Software, and lead the sales and service teams at Getty Images. Alysa holds an MBA in Brand Management and Change Management from DePaul University, and a BFA in Painting from MICA.
Where A-Players Find Career Rocket Fuel
In 2012, Crain's Magazine recognized our successes as a company, and declared adMarketplace the 8th fastest growing company in New York. Our growth is fueled by an intense desire to compete head to head with the major search engines.
Members of the adMarketplace team wake up each day ready to take on the challenge of the fast-paced, ever-changing search industry. Innovation, hard work and autonomous problem solving are just a few core values that make up the company's culture.
At adMarketplace, you will have the opportunity to make a big impact with a quickly growing company. Results do not always come easy, but when they do they are rewarded. Gourmet lunches, ping-pong tournaments, a fully stocked beverage cooler and kegorator, fantasy sport leagues and video game contests just a few of the perks offered to remind us that hard work can always be balanced with fun.
Employee health benefit package including medical, dental, and vision for you and your family
Tax-Free Commuter Benefits
Employee Referral Program
Catered Healthy Gourmet Lunches
Discounted Gym Membership
in-office Ping Pong table, Kegerator, and stocked beverage fridge
I have been working at adMarketplace full-time
It feels like there is a lot of innovation/energy going on across different departments and that’s exciting. Helping to grow that culture and support the team makes my job interesting and it’s helping push me forward.
Right now it’s feeling pretty good. A key person on our team just left after being here for a long time so that’s creating more work (and opportunities) for our group, but that’s normal.
Advice to Management
I’m glad to see the support for more teambuilding and opportunities for employee feedback. Let's keep moving in that direction.
I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at adMarketplace (New York, NY).
From the time I submitted the application to first call was about a month. From first call to first round in-person interview was within a week. Met with VP of Operations and the CTO for my second round interview. I had a great experience meeting with everyone except the CTO. He was a total jerk and bad reflection of the company. Condescending, arrogant, and his expectations for the role was totally different from the job description and what everyone else I met with told me. He raised his voice at me and then "stormed" out during the interview. I quickly got the internal recruiter and withdrew my candidacy. The "SAT" like assessment is a bit much for a "qualitative" position.
Reasons for Declining
Would never work for a start-up type company that has entitled C-level management.