Marketing

Scottsdale-based, female-led marketing agency marks landmark year

The James Agency grows staff by 30%

Posted 9/26/22

The James Agency, Scottsdale’s female-led, full-service, integrated marketing agency, has increased its team by 30%, almost exclusively comprised of new and expanded positions based on client …

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Scottsdale-based, female-led marketing agency marks landmark year

The James Agency grows staff by 30%

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The James Agency, Scottsdale’s female-led, full-service, integrated marketing agency, has increased its team by 30%, almost exclusively comprised of new and expanded positions based on client and market demand.

In addition, TJA has signed 15 new clients in 2022, signaling a landmark year for the 17-year-old agency.

According to a press release, TJA also named its first president, Megan Simoes, in June, as well as promoted longtime account manager, Andrea Fogarty, to director of client services. In 2022, TJA added new employees in the areas of client services, social media, paid media, public relations and graphic design, as well as a newly formed video production position.

“My optimism for The James Agency has never been higher,” CEO Veronique James said in the release. “Megan and I have curated a roster of thoughtful new hires and retained nearly 90% of our staff in 2022. In a high turnover industry, we have an industry-leading retention rate thanks to a strong company culture, a comprehensive interview process and adaptability to evolving times.”

TJA has consistently landed on the industry’s leading lists of best places to work, including securing the No. 2 spot in the “micro” category from the Phoenix Business Journal in 2022.

The business is continuing to expand its team and is now seeking applicants for account manager, project manager and client services coordinator positions. Interested applicants can submit their resume at www.thejamesagency.com/careers.

TJA added Lerner & Rowe, Caffe Vita, Belgravia Group, Revel Communities, SweetLeaf and several others to its roster of partners in 2022, spearheading marketing efforts in a variety of disciplines such as paid media, web development, email marketing, creative and public relations. Additional longstanding TJA clients include Hotel Valley Ho, Fiesta Bowl, Travel Costa Mesa, National Harbor, Octane Raceway, Mavrix and Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament Scottsdale.

To learn more about The James Agency’s marketing services and team, visit www.thejamesagency.com or like TJA on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, TikTok and Twitter.

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