Frequently Asked Questions

What's your culture like?

300Brand's is an entrepreneurial culture – one with a lot of opportunity for advancement based upon performance. Our people have smarts, drive, and high standards. We're a high energy, creative, and agile organization that is always trying something new. Though our people are hard workers, it's also a collaborative environment in which co-workers are willing to help one another and step in to provide assistance in big or small ways. We're a team-based organization that also provides cross-team experience that doesn't exist at larger companies. You'll always have a voice with your managers. Your career path is based on where you want to take it.

How do the three 300Brand companies work together – or do they?

300Brand is a parent company – a name that ties together our three teams (MeriTalk, O'Keeffe & Company, and 11Mark). All our positions are branded as "300Brand" because we're one organization. Although there are separate teams and functions, many of our employees work across teams – for instance, an O'Keeffe & Company team member might handle event registration for a MeriTalk event. We're all about finding the right fit for our people.

What kinds of personality types succeed at 300Brand?

Attributes that are a great fit for our company include:

  • Attentive
  • Team player
  • Self Starter
  • Personable/polished
  • Adaptable
  • Eager to learn
  • Friendly
  • Critical thinker
  • Detail-oriented

What are the opportunities for advancement at 300Brand?

Working for a communications agency versus a corporation is the best way to learn. 300Brand is inventive, an idea factory – and we do it all from creative design, to marketing strategy, to social media, to PR, to large- and small-scale events. As a 300Brand employee, you'll have exposure to 360 degrees of marketing. And we're the kind of place that gives our employees a lot of responsibility – you contribute to the success of your team from day one. Several of our senior account directors first started as interns – so that's an example of successfully pushing your career forward and obtaining more experience and responsibility through the years.