We work with ambitious entrepreneurs and business leaders in the B2B and big-ticket B2C space.
We work best with:
* Companies with aggressive growth goals that aspire to disrupt their market with a business insurgency
* Legacy businesses that are committed to dramatic transformation (usually because they find themselves conceding market share to more agile competitors)
We offer leadership, direction, and advice that goes beyond the scope of a normal marketing company. We help you make informed decisions.
At Bridges, we’re in it with you, and offer practical advice based on our experience, the available data, and what we learn about you and your company, working with you to maximize your ROI.
You’ll probably notice that Bridges does things differently.
Founded in 2012 by partners Ashley Quintana & Jake Fisher. Ashley and Jake recognized large opportunities in the marketing space to bridge the gap between client companies and under-served modern buyers.
Our team represents five countries and four languages. While we work primarily in the English-speaking market, we also serve businesses in Latin America and the US Latino community.
We are regularly recognized as an innovative B2B & big-ticket B2C digital marketing firm, including recognition as a Top Digital Agency in the United States by Clutch.co.
Our team has served 569 volunteer hours in 2019 working with community non-profits, and citizen oversight organizations faith-based organizations.
1 five-time Sequence champion on staff (strategy isn’t just for marketing).
The same things you care about. In 2019, we spent 569 volunteer hours working with faith-based organizations, children, and animals.
We didn't start Bridges as a digital marketing firm. We stumbled upon it by happenstance.
When Bridges was founded in 2012, we envisioned a multicultural marketing and communication firm. Our first year in business taught us that we needed to beef up our own marketing and sales efforts. That’s how we found the inbound marketing methodology and the HubSpot software platform.
So Ashley and Jake put their heads together and wrote an eleven-page ebook called Three Fatal but Common Hispanic Marketing Mistakes. This was our very first inbound marketing offer.
That simple ebook generated more than 100 leads for us and drove our new client growth for the rest of the year!
In late 2014, we began transitioning our business to deliver to our clients the same inbound marketing success we built for ourselves.
Now we deliver millions of dollars of new business to our clients in traditional professions like law, insurance, and accounting as well as tech companies, software, the technical trades, and clients that serve Spanish-speaking customers.
In 2019, DesignRush.com recognized Bridges as a top digital marketing agency.
Quality Coffee (for free)
Great on Monday mornings and after a big lunch.
For that afternoon slump.
Flexible schedule for work play & volunteering
So we can get those 100s of volunteer hours in.
Work only with Kind People
We’ve fired clients for being mean. Of course, all our employees are sweet as pie.
Monthly team lunches on the house
Everyone that can comes into the office that day for a fun community event.
Access to educational resources and continuing training
The more we know, the better we are.
Casual, tech-forward environment
Casual environments boost productivity.
Craft Beers on Tap
For after-hours chilling with coworkers. If you’re one of those nice clients, grab a glass!
Remote work days
It’s great to work without distractions. In pajamas. With the dog or cat on your lap.
Really good company-paid health, vision & dental insurance
Because a free lunch doesn’t cure your kid’s ear ache.
We have no interest in growing just for the sake of growing, or of making some “top 25 agencies” list, although you notice that we won Clutch.co’s award anyway. Just by being us.
We grow intentionally, by helping people and companies who need it. And we hire intentionally. You won’t see a bunch of layoffs at Bridges. When we hire, we offer people stability, good pay and good benefits.
It should always be a win-win.