IPNY, Inc.

New York, United States

Contact Information

420 Lexington Avenue, Suite 1756
New York NY 10170
United States
Phone: (+1) 212.488.4769
Website:

Bruce Lee

Bruce Lee

Founding and Chief Creative Partner

Basic Info

Core Competencies: Digital, Marketing/Creative Services, Direct/Tele/Database Marketing/CRM, Healthcare, Financial

Founded in: 2012

Employees: 30

Awards: 6

Creative Work: 68

Clients: 11

Core Competencies: Digital, Marketing/Creative Services, Direct/Tele/Database Marketing/CRM, Healthcare, Financial

Founded in: 2012

Employees: 30

Awards: 6

Creative Work: 68

Clients: 11

IPNY, Inc.

420 Lexington Avenue, Suite 1756
New York NY 10170
United States
Phone: (+1) 212.488.4769
Website:
Bruce Lee

Bruce Lee

Founding and Chief Creative Partner

News from the agency IPNY, Inc.

July 3, 2019

ADFORUM.com recently interviewed Andy Semons, Founding and Strategic Planning Partner at IPNY, a brand-led digital and direct advertising agency “LGBTQ+ marketing is a real need. We eat, shop, wash our clothes, brush our teeth and buy consumer durables just like everyone else.” … read more


April 4, 2019

thenativeinfluence.com recently interviewed IPNY Founding Partner Joe Dessi “A Day in My Life” – Joe Dessi, Client Services Executive My Goal of the Day: Finding the right balance between spending time on client business versus new business development. It is always a jug… read more

March 11, 2019

ADFORUM.com recently interviewed IPNY Founding Partner and Creative Director Jill McClabb The city inspires me every day. If you’re ever in a rut, hop on a subway where you can explore new places and interact with different people. Tell us about yourself and your current role: Where a… read more

February 27, 2019

As published at Manifest Advertising may seem like a strategy for large businesses with equally large budgets and manpower. However, most small businesses see the merits of advertising, too. The Manifest recently conducted a survey of 529 small businesses from across the U.S. about their ad… read more


February 4, 2019

As published in adforum.com Few things unite us anymore in these United States. So any reason for conviviality in this conflicted time is cause for celebration. The Super Bowl still draws us together like no national holiday except Thanksgiving. Did I say holiday? Well, Super Bowl Sunday is… read more