Huge Brooklyn, United States Digital

Basic Info

Core Competencies: Full Service, Digital, Mobile, Social Media, E-Commerce, SEO, Marketing/Creative Services, Direct/Tele/Database Marketing/CRM, Branded Content/Entertainment, Market Research/Consulting, Marketing Technologies/Analytics, Public Relations, Media Buying/Planning, Corporate Communication, Branding/Product Development, Strategy and Planning, Technology, Online services, B2B, Political, Institutional/Public Interest/Nonprofit, Retail, Entertainment, Beauty, Fashion, Luxury Goods, Travel and Tourism, Consumer

Founded in: 1999

Employees: 1000

Awards: 34

Creative Work: 36

Clients: 17


Contact

45 Main Street, Suite 220
Brooklyn New York 11201
United States
Phone: (+1) 718-395-6080
Email:
Website: www.hugeinc.com
Core Competencies: Full Service, Digital, Mobile, Social Media, E-Commerce, SEO, Marketing/Creative Services, Direct/Tele/Database Marketing/CRM, Branded Content/Entertainment, Market Research/Consulting, Marketing Technologies/Analytics, Public Relations, Media Buying/Planning, Corporate Communication, Branding/Product Development, Strategy and Planning, Technology, Online services, B2B, Political, Institutional/Public Interest/Nonprofit, Retail, Entertainment, Beauty, Fashion, Luxury Goods, Travel and Tourism, Consumer

Founded in: 1999

Employees: 1000

Awards: 34

Creative Work: 36

Clients: 17

Huge

45 Main Street, Suite 220
Brooklyn New York 11201
United States
Phone: (+1) 718-395-6080
Email:
Website: www.hugeinc.com

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