Jesse Thomas and Leslie Bradshaw are honorees of Washington Life's annual "The Young and The Guest List." They are among 250 40-and-under movers and shakers in the nation's capital, named for their leadership in pushing the city forward with innovative ideas in technology.
It’s an ongoing debate: the legalization of marijuana. A new twist on the hotly contested debate came in the form of a typical branding challenge, but with a very atypical client: The Washington Post. See it to believe it.
After being on the ground for the initial primaries, our JESS3 team ran the Google Politics and Elections War Room for South Carolina from Google’s DC office. We've been helping visualize Google search data for the 2012 Elections, and the data for this primary shows a new story: Newtmentum.
While at SXSW Interactive this week, our COO and President, Leslie Bradshaw, connected with Fast Company's Lydia Dishman for a quick video interview. Her interview about the JESS3 culture is featured next to other influencers from Google, Airbnb, IBM, and Scvngr. We're so happy to see Leslie's insight shared here!
Eloqua, partnering once again with JESS3, has set out to visualize the most influential tech, design, startup and other blogs in the UK with a new infographic, The Blog Tree: UK Edition. This is the third installment to the Blog Tree series first released in late 2010. The UK Edition recognizes the most influential marketing bloggers and incorporates scoring of each blog's influence.
JESS3 President, COO and Co-founder, Leslie Bradshaw has been profiled and named one of "12 Women to Watch in 2012" by The Daily Muse. " The publication highlights Leslie for her accomplishments and, along with The Wall Street Journal, calls Bradshaw the “brains” driving the company forward.
JESS3's President and COO Leslie Bradshaw shares a page from our "cookbook" to achieve greatness, a mantra that keeps us focused on bigger, faster, stronger: "You are only as good as your last (project, meeting, shot, deal, call, etc.)"
In no more time than it takes to finish your 16-ounce cup of morning coffee, you can learn all about one of the web’s biggest phenomena in “The Grande Guide to Wikipedia.” This is the fifth installment of Eloqua’s popular e-book series, and the revenue performance management giant has partnered with JESS3 once again to produce it.