Baltimore, MD (October 5th) The Baltimore-based agency idfive has bolstered its web development, media and creative marketing capabilities this month by adding four new employees.
The new employees include Senior Media Executive Josh Kachura, Web Developer Robbie Callen, Web Developer Nicole Patten and Copywriter Ben Johnson.
“We’re extremely excited to be onboarding these fivers,” said idfive’s EVP of Strategy, Andres Zapata. “This has been the busiest year since we started the business a decade ago. We’re thrilled to have found the right talent to help us grow and plug away at our mission.”
idfive’s growth has been noted by the Baltimore Business Journal as well as Inc. Magazine, which placed idfive on their list of the 5,000 fastest growing American companies.
The full-service agency has been strategically building its teams to be able to serve a range of integrated marketing needs. Their creative, media, development and strategy teams work together to produce marketing solutions and lead generation campaigns for clients in various industries, including higher education and healthcare.
“With a bigger team we are able to stay nimble and surprise our clients with creative solutions to their problems,” said Director of Marketing Chris Smith. “It also means that we can continue the proven practices and methods we’re known for, only for a greater amount of clients.”
idfive is not done with its 2016 hiring goals. There are three more spots they are working to fill in the near future.
idfive is an integrated marketing agency for brands on a mission. Born in the digital age and raised in Baltimore, Maryland, the agency focuses their expertise and talents in the areas of higher education, nonprofit, and healthcare—using research and user experience to guide their web design, web development, communications, media and branding practices. Lead by current and former educators and honored for its award-winning work, strategy and company culture, idfive’s 30-person team strives to produce great work for brands they believe in.