Google Elevator Program
When GriffinWink made the decision to launch Warehouse 75 in 2013, we did it with one goal in mind: to offer our clients the most diverse and effective suite of digital products and services. We aim to accomplish this by aggressively pursuing a strong knowledge of digital marketing concepts, strategies, and trends. Earlier this year, our team of dedicated digital marketers earned a recognition that even surprised us. GriffinWink was accepted into a new, by invitation only, exclusive platform offered by Google. We were selected as 1 of 40 agencies across the country to participate in the Elevator program. This is a program that recognizes some of the most progressive, knowledgeable, up and coming digital agencies in the USA. Alex Langshur is heading this prestigious platform for Google. Alex is the co-CEO of Cardinal Path, one of the most leading and respected digital agencies in America. Cardinal Path is responsible for the digital marketing of brands such as Johnson & Johnson, LG, EA, L’Oreal, eBay, and Pfizer. Alex is also one of the Google Partner program presenters and resources.
What is Google Elevator?
Google Elevator is a digital agency program that works with the leadership of selected digital agencies that demonstrate high performance for their clients and show the capabilities of rapid growth and an expanding client base. The US Google Partners team have selected 40 agencies to date to participate in the North America program. There were four initial seminars to launch the program. These seminars were in the Google offices in New York, Chicago, Austin, and Irvine. The program consists of initial meetings and remote mentoring sessions and individual and group sessions over the next six months. The goal of this program is to help develop the agencies tools and services in order to deliver more for their clients and build the agency to help more businesses experience online growth and success. We are very excited and honored to be participating in the launch of the Elevator program in the US. None of this would have happened without the hard work and dedication of our digital team, and we are excited to see them rewarded for their hard work. We will be keeping you updated on our progress through the next six months of learning and applying what we have learned.