Committed to Revolutionizing Engagement™, Olson is one of the top three independent digital agency networks in North America.
With a digital core and deep expertise in digital, advertising, loyalty, CRM, PR, social and mobile, the more than 500-person-strong agency builds community and creates advocacy for some of the world's most respected brand marketers, including Best Buy, General Mills, MillerCoors, Target and Wrigley. Olson has offices in Minneapolis, Austin, Chicago, Toronto, Los Angeles, San Francisco and New York. For more information, visit olson.com, join us at facebook.com/Olsonagency and follow us on Twitter at @Olsonagency.
John Partilla, Chief Executive Officer
Dennis Ryan, Chief Creative Officer
Lydell Capritta, President, Brand/Digital
Margaret Murphy, President, Olson 1to1
Bryan Specht, President, Olson Engage
Mike Brown, President, Olson Canada
Jonathan Lum, Chief Strategy Officer
Mitchell Caplan, Chief Marketing Officer
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