Chicago Marketing, Inc. Gears Up for Huge Expansion

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2013 found many companies still downsizing as they struggled to succeed against the pressures of today's economy. Chicago Marketing, Inc. has found a way to not only survive the wild of the business jungle, but instead to flourish into a triumphant business that shows no signs of impediment entering the New Year.

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Chicago Marketing, Inc. announced today that the company will be expanding across the Chicago region to open up new offices. Along with company growth comes new management, with Leo Goykhman taking charge of the Northeast area of Chicago, Troy Martin managing our North Shore region in Chicagoland, Joey Pavone covering the Southwest from their location in Joliet, IL and Andrew Hosseini who has expanded into the Rockford/Janesville, WI area. Chicago Marketing first opened its doors in 2009, and thanks to their wave of unprecedented growth during the first quarter of 2014 they've opened 5 new branches. Working with the number one satellite provider in the world and with some of the largest retail giants, Chicago Marketing has ingrained itself with some of the top Fortune 100 companies worldwide. One of the reasons Chicago Marketing has seen such success is because of their new approach for big companies to acquire customers. It's not about the use of a flashy billboard or a catchy slogan, but their decision to have employees interacting one-on-one with customers, answering questions and ensuring a quality experience.

Not only has Chicago Marketing exceeded all sales and expansion goals for 2013, they have also aided in the nationwide expansion, with no signs of slowing down in 2014. CEO Jacob Cline commented, "Our goal is to grow the fundamental core of our business as fast as possible. With that being said, speed isn't everything. If you have to continue to fix your mistakes, you lose efficiency. For that reason, we have worked arduously to ensure that we aren't just getting the job done - but getting it done right. We strive every day to not only build the bridge between our clients and our customers, but to strengthen it for the future."

As Mr. Cline explains the importance of the human element to his business, it is easy to see how he has taken his corporation from a local start-up to a national presence in under 4 years. "This is the core belief of what we call marketing. It's not about advertising, brand positioning or selling products. It's about people with a purpose. It's an approach to marketing that serves true human needs, not the other way around. That is why everything we do for our clients is done with the human element in mind. A brand without a true 'face' will never be understood or embraced by the consumer." It is easy to understand how Jacob Cline has been able to build a team of high quality individuals that follow the same vision. The loyalty, passion and fervor he has when talking about his family or employees is astounding.

The recent recognition Mr. Cline has received is a direct reflection of the hard work and dedication of the entire Chicago Marketing management team. "Our approach is to provide our clients with a channel to reach their consumers through a rich, personal experience, bridging the gap between products and people. Not only do we recognize that people are the single most important aspect of any marketing campaign, but we also know that each great company must be comprised of great people to stand the test of time. Our results have been unwavering because of the unbelievable team we have on staff, as well as the partnership we have with our clients. Our goal is to not only continue providing consumers with a positive human experience, but to also enhance the lives and opportunities for our team." While Chicago Marketing grows as a family, it is apparent that they will surpass their goals in 2014 as they have proven year after year.

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