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Element Three President Tiffany Sauder Named to the Indianapolis Business Journal’s 2018 Forty Under 40

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Since founding the agency in 2006 at the age of 25, Sauder has led it to impressive growth.

INDIANAPOLIS (Feb. 12, 2018) – Element Three, a full-service marketing agency that works across digital and traditional channels to solve real business problems for clients who strive for market leadership, is thrilled to announce its President, Tiffany Sauder, has been named to the Indianapolis Business Journal’s (IBJ) list of “Forty Under 40.” The list honors Indianapolis professionals who have achieved success and excelled in their field before the age of 40.

“Tiffany makes an outstanding addition to the Forty Under 40 list because she is an outstanding business leader,” said Tony Reisz, President and Managing Director of West Ledge Advisors, who nominated Sauder for the accolade.

“In my 30 years of leading very large, complex organizations, I have never come across someone like Tiffany. She is without a doubt the best strategic marketer I have ever worked with. Her desire to drive a rapidly changing marketplace has not only made her a trusted advisor to her clients, but an inspiration to her employees. She has fostered a workplace culture admired and studied by others throughout Indiana and beyond.”

Sauder, who founded Element Three in 2006 at just 25 years old, has helped to propel the company to reach growth milestones for both its clients and its employees. In 2017, Element Three became the largest full-service advertising agency in Indianapolis and made the Inc. 5000 list for its fourth consecutive year.

“This has been such a wild ride and I’m so grateful for the lessons learned and smart people who have come alongside me on this journey. It’s crazy to see my name among a list of people I admire and respect so much. I look forward to continuing to invest in this great city, in the next generation of Forty Under 40 talent, and in pushing Element Three to the next level,” said Sauder.

Sauder is a sought-after speaker on the local and national level, serves on the boards of the Orr Fellowship and the Indiana Chapter of YPO, has judged numerous award programs such as the Indiana Innovation Awards and Spaces Indiana, and still finds the time to serve as a mentor and friend to many in the Indianapolis community. An alumna of Purdue University, Tiffany lives in Zionsville with her husband, J.R., and their three daughters.

Sauder has lofty goals for Element Three in 2018. With the momentum gained in the last few years, Sauder and other Element Three leaders plan to continue to invest in key areas, namely marketing analytics, brand development, digital marketing, paid media, and filling their full-stack development team.

For more information about Element Three, visit https://elementthree.com/.

For the full list of “Forty Under 40” winners, visit https://www.ibj.com/forty-under-40-2018


About Element Three

Element Three is an Indianapolis-based marketing agency that works across digital and traditional channels to create seamless brand experiences for clients who strive toward market leadership. Founded in 2006 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 four consecutive years. For more information about Element Three, visit https://elementthree.com/.

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Element Three is a modern marketing agency for discernable brands. We build trusting, long-term relationships with clients whose destination is market leadership, fusing traditional, digital and inbound tactics to tell bold stories audiences can’t resist. We don’t rely on single tactics, stay loyal to any one medium, or favor one discipline over another. Instead, we go beyond the tried to find the truth about your customers. Using research and participation to deliver seamless brand experiences.