Ad Age Is Searching for the Best Places to Work in Advertising

Early Bird Pricing Ends June 17

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72andSunny ranked 8th on Ad Age's 2015 list.
72andSunny ranked 8th on Ad Age's 2015 list. Credit: Courtesy 72andSunny

Ad Age's search for the Best Places to Work in advertising is underway.

The discounted pricing period comes to a close this Friday, June 17, and the final entry deadline is July 15.

The 2016 Best Places to Work will be recognized in the November 14 issue of Ad Age and on Participants will also have the opportunity to receive an in-depth data analysis report which identifies strengths and weaknesses within the organization.

There are several key changes to this year's contest, yet the mission remains the same: to recognize and celebrate the best places to work in our industry. Ad Age will specifically highlight advertising agencies, ad-tech firms, media companies and brand marketers.

Ad Age has partnered with a new vendor on this year's program to streamline the process and create a more efficient experience for entrants.

This year's contest also includes new eligibility requirements. Now, companies with as few as 15 full-time employees can enter, as can brand marketers. For details about eligibility requirements and to enter the 2016 contest, visit

In 2015, Ad Age highlighted 50 companies of various sizes from around the country, recognizing their outstanding benefits, nurturing cultures and standout spaces.

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