Miami, FL April 29, 2021 — Evestar, the fast growing digital marketing agency has been selected as an Employer Partner in the Facebook Career Connections program.
A preferred agency and Facebook Marketing Partner, Evestar further reinforces their close relationship with the social media giant by joining an initiative that helps college students connect with training, internships and mentorship in their local communities. This will enable Evestar to access a trained and vetted local talent pipeline to hire some of the best Facebook talent in the country.
Evestar continues to be at the forefront of the eCommerce boom during the pandemic, helping companies of all sizes scale their revenue through the right digital marketing deployment. In the past 12 months alone, Evestar has managed north of $10M in Facebook ads campaigns and helped create over $100M in combined eCommerce revenue. Entering what is expected to be one of the most challenging eCommerce seasons with increased competition and iOS 14.5 data privacy hurdles, Evestar continues to onboard new clients to their active roster.
“As a fast growing agency we are very excited about our partnership with Facebook. Our clients and staff will continue to reap the benefits. We are experiencing huge booms in ecommence and all aspects of Digital Marketing and via this partnership are pleased to strengthen our relationship with Facebook. Evestar continues to do great work for clients, and this partnership will allow us to do best of breed work for our clients who need to work with facebook,” said Lolita Petrossov, CEO & President of Evestar.
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