Basic Info

Name:
Andy Frawley
Contributor Status:
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Initial Contribution Date:
12/15/2015
Primary Location:
Boston, MA, USA

Career Info

Primary Industry:
Marketing / Advertising, Technology
Personal Career Headline:
CEO OF EPSILON
Business Description (One-Liner):

Global Marketing Company – Services include marketing data, insights & strategy, marketing technology, creative services, and media reach.

Experience Timeline:
31-40 years of work experience

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Career Snapshot:

Andy Frawley is Chief Executive Officer of Epsilon, the global leader in creating connections between people and brands. He joined Epsilon (a division of Alliance Data) in 2009 to lead digital marketing and became President in 2012. In early 2015, he was elevated again, to serve as CEO of Epsilon, recognized by Ad Age as the #1 World CRM/Direct Marketing Network, #1 U.S. Digital-Agency Network and #1 U.S. Agency from All Disciplines. On behalf of its clients, Epsilon manages billions of consumer records, delivers over 50 billion email messages a year and handles 70 billion digital interactions per day in display, mobile and video advertising, leveraging the power of rich data to connect people to brands.

With 30 years of operating experience, including 25 years at the senior management level, within agency, marketing services, consulting, enterprise software, software as a service (SaaS), and professional services companies, Andy is also a leading subject matter expert on digital marketing, including email marketing, CRM, Big Data, database marketing, marketing automation, and customer value management. He is the author of “Igniting Customer Connections” (John Wiley & Sons, Inc.), which was released in October 2014.

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Your Business's Motto?:

Clients hire us to deliver the best business outcomes in the industry.

One food and drink on earth, what would you choose?:

Hendricks Gin and Lobster

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