Oct 11, 2007

Competition Coming?

Good news, folks. Looks like there's some healthy competition coming to Detroit for ePrize. Looks like Slither can be retired as a new player enters the arena.

Get those resumes ready.

6 comments:

Happy_at_ePrize said...
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Happy_at_ePrize said...

With all due respect, I'm not seeing a lot to be concerned with by this company. And as for "coming to the area" it appears they are just looking to hire local project managers... unless you know something I don't. Also, I understand Simmons used to be an ePrizer but couldn't they be a bit more original? "Raving fan?" and even their company name kind of leads you to believe they might be trying to win some business just by resembling ePrize. By the way, have you checked out the award won by ePrize's HR Director? I think that's worth mentioning.

Tribal in Chi said...

If you look into this company you will see they are partners with Mars Advertising a mid-sized ad agency in the Detroit Area. This could be interesting to see how having the push of an traditional ad agency will help or hurt

Ghost of ePrize Past said...

WTF is up with Robb Lippitt these days? Whenever I google him these days I get pages and pages of sites about young girls... did the lecher get his dream job?

Anonymous said...

well... I am kinda disappointed by Keith. I wonder what many companies will think of Prizelogic because I am sure most of them must have at least heard about ePrize.

But I guess there is something positive about this. More promos ePrizers can play to win. =)

Anonymous said...

I can say that most ex-eprizers who have moved into new positions at other agencies will be more likely recommend a Prizelogic to their clients than an ePrize.

Prizelogic may triumph thanks to karma...