INDIANAPOLIS (August 14, 2019) – Element Three, a full-service marketing consultancy, is proud to announce it has made Inc. magazine’s list of the top 5,000 fastest-growing private companies in the country for the sixth consecutive year. Only 3% of Inc. 5000 recipients have been on the list for six or more years.
Element Three President Tiffany Sauder said, “This list encompasses some of the most innovative companies in the world, and the people who work for these businesses are insanely talented. We are excited to be listed among these organizations and individuals. Our growth could not happen without our clients, our partners, and each member of the E3 team who keeps our train moving forward.”
Element Three serves as a strategic marketing partner for industry-leading companies like Airstream, Newmar, and BraunAbility. The agency uses a holistic marketing approach to help clients solve overarching business problems, such as launching new products to market, generating awareness, and lowering customer acquisition costs across the board.
Partnering with clients to navigate the pressure and excitement of growth, the agency’s work has been recognized in various ways this year, including a Stackie Award win, taking home “Best of Show” at the American Advertising Federation’s ADDY Awards, and forming a strategic partnership with Powderkeg, a community of tech entrepreneurs, investors, and professionals across the United States.
About Element Three
Element Three is an Indianapolis-based full-service marketing consultancy that works to solve real business problems for clients driving toward market leadership. Founded in 2005 by a former financial analyst, the ADDY award-winning agency is a leading Google, HubSpot, and Bing Ads Partner and has been ranked on the Inc. 5000 list for six consecutive years. For more information about Element Three, visit https://elementthree.com/.
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