At the intersection of
RESPONSIVE & INTEGRATED

A Little History

Since 2002, we’ve made it our business to help great companies across many different industries, meet or exceed their marketing objectives. To accomplish this, we hire people that are the very best at what they do. They share a tremendous common work ethic, and they all take the trust that clients place in us very seriously.

Each employee brings at least 15 years of experience to the table. As such, our marketing best practices are often lauded by others as the industry standard. And since we keep pushing the bar higher and higher, our solutions continue to achieve superior results.

Why Hire Us?

The bottom line is: “We get it.”

We’re quick studies across a myriad of complex industries. But the challenges faced by most companies are often the same: Fill the pipeline with qualified leads; stop customer attrition; increase average order size; build customer loyalty through added-value relationships; successfully launch new products/services. And our solutions are consistent: smart, strategically-focused, innovatively creative, and executed for maximum impact within your brand voice and budget.

Named to Inc.’s list of “fastest growing private companies in the U.S.” and by the San Francisco Business Times as one of the “Top 100 Woman-Owned Businesses,” GMP has been recognized with many international, national and regional honors including the ECHO’s, ADDYs, Caples, Davey’s, Stevie’s, Summit, Benny’s and Fundraising Success awards.

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CONTACT US

WEST COAST (Home Office)

Carolyn GoodmanCarolyn Goodman, President/Creative Director

4340 Redwood Highway, Suite B-52 San Rafael, CA 94903

Phone: 415.507.9060 x222

Email: carolyn@goodmanmarketing.com

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EAST COAST

Denise WillaimsDenise Williams, Director of Strategic Marketing /
New Business Development

Phone: 610.913.0445

Email: dwilliams@goodmanmarketing.com

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