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INBA Member Spotlight: Aezy

“The more that the Inland Northwest embraces diversity among cultural, ethnic, and sexual identity, the more bright people we can welcome to the community.”

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Aezy staff and owners Felicia and Chris Reilly (far left)

Aezy partners with businesses and advertising professionals to drive results with programmatic advertising. Their team works in the planning and placement of search, mobile, audio, display, video and social advertising for clients in Spokane and all over the country.

Spokane’s relative isolation from other major metropolitan centers offered a great opportunity for Aezy to get started with a digital marketing firm at a time when there were few options for local businesses to access online advertising. Yet, it has also proven challenging to attract and retain great people with prior digital marketing experience, as they tend to gravitate towards larger markets. Making Spokane more attractive to high-skilled technology workers will help drive overall prosperity in the region, and it starts with one key ingredient: inclusiveness. The more that the Inland Northwest embraces diversity among cultural, ethnic, and sexual identity, the more bright people we can welcome to the community.

“We are faced with ethical challenges on a very regular basis. Our campaigns have the conference01ability to reach billions of people and potentially influence how people make decisions about where to shop, who to vote for, and more. Sometimes we are asked to help broadcast ideas we simply don’t support personally. Over the years we’ve made some decisions we are very proud of, and some that we regret. It is easy to say “we’re just the messenger” but when we get to decide who’s message we’re delivering we become complicit in their intentions.”

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