Eva LaMere

Eva LaMere

President at Austin & Williams, Hauppauge
Hauppauge, United States

Summary

Austin & Williams is an outcomes-driven marketing firm that provides branding, advertising, digital and direct marketing, graphic design and communications services. What does it mean to be outcomes-driven? It means everything we do – from campaign research and positioning to every executional element – focuses on achieving your key outcomes.;Named one of the nation’s fastest-growing agencies by The Agency Post, we’re specialists in financial, higher education, professional services and healthcare marketing known for producing award-winning creative that’s results-driven, visually exciting and strategically sound.;With a full-time staff of 40 seasoned veterans and young guns, we’re large enough to meet your needs, yet nimble enough to ensure that our senior people actively manage your account. We’ve helped many businesses create or revitalize their brands, overcome their marketing challenges and achieve market share.;At Austin & Williams, every campaign starts by intimately understanding our clients and their constituencies. We’re the only agency nationwide that’s a MapInfo Certified Predictive Analytics Business partner – and we use those powerful geo-demographic and psycho-geographic tools to make sure every campaign hits its spot. Then we execute it flawlessly. That’s what makes us different from other agencies: We think before we create. We research before we move. We set specific objectives to ensure measurable results. And we deliver rock-solid results.;Interested? We’d like to hear your challenge.

Positions

President
Hauppauge, United States
2001 - Present (16 years 9 months)
Known for her boundless energy and relentless pursuit of perfection, to Eva, the client relationship is paramount and her inability to be 100% satisfied, contagious (well, almost). 
Senior Vice President
New York, United States
1982 - 2001 (19 years)
I grew up the ranks quickly at Garvan and also had the benefit of working in many different departments - traffic, production, media, finally resting in my favorite area, account management.

Most of my accounts were in the financial sector, including big money center banks like Chase, Citi and Bank of New York and smaller community banks like Roosevelt Savings Bank, Long Island Trust, Williamsburgh Savings Bank. I also worked with tech companies, hospitality and manufacturing.

As Senior Vice President, I supervised all Account Executives with an eye towards organic expansion of existing accounts, and directed the agency's pitches. During my tenure, we nearly doubled the billings within the current client base and had a successful 70% win rate among our new business pitches.
Vice President
Millennium Communications, Inc.
United States
1998 - 2000 (2 years)
My tenure at Millennium was during the "dot.com" craze. I lead the integration of the "traditional" side of the agency business with the "interactive" side when "church and state" was in play for these two facets.

As such, Millennium grew to become one of the first truly integrated (to use an over-used word) agencies bringing together cutting edge interactive technologies with tried and true marketing strategies. Guess what? That still works today.

Education

Bachelor in Marketing

New York Institute of Technology

Similar Talent

Eric Campbell
President
VML
Liz Dolinski
President
Luminosity Marketing, Inc.
Christine Lehtonen
President
Asterix Group
Mylene Savoie
President
McCann Montréal
Mike Doherty
President
Cole & Weber
Scott Markman
President
The Monogram Group
John Montgomery
President
Big Communications
Bob Molineaux
President
Venables Bell & Partners

Create a free Talent profile and become a member of AdForum

Get Started