Zeta Global, a global Big Data-driven marketing company, announced the launch and rollout of its new corporate identity and redesigned corporate website.
The rebranding of XL Marketing as Zeta Global accentuates the Company’s focus on, and commitment to Big Data, Customer Acquisition, and Customer Relationship Management (CRM) solutions. The Company is adopting its name from its Zeta Global division, a Forrester-rated, Enterprise-grade Marketing Technology platform and the catalyst for the Company’s successful entry into Big Data & CRM.
The rebrand comes in the wake of a very successful 2013, during which the company launched several innovative products, won new business from Fortune 500 and Middle Market brands, and grew revenue and EBITDA by more than 30%.
“We are a fast-growing, ever-evolving company. We realized our brand needs to better reflect who we are and how our clients view us. The new brand identity was the next logical step in the evolution of our business,” said David A. Steinberg, Co-Founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Zeta Global “This rebrand strengthens the positioning of Zeta Global as a top-tier player in the Big Data space and its place as a leader in the future of digital marketing.”
Founded in 2007 by David Steinberg and John Sculley, Zeta Global has become an innovator within the fast growing Big Data and CRM space. The Company’s unparalleled Big Data marketing platform – with a 350 million + record database of global consumers at the core – helps Middle Market and Fortune 500 brands acquire, engage, and retain customers. Zeta employs actionable data, insightful analytics and proprietary marketing technology to power marketing and CRM programs across all digital platforms, encompassing Email, Social Media, Display, Search and Mobile. Headquartered in New York City, Zeta has more 500 employees worldwide. The Company operates ‘Centers of Excellence’ in NYC, Silicon Valley, London and Hyderabad, India.
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