Bryan Wiener (Chairman), Sarah Hofstetter (CEO), Jared Belsky (President), David Nicol Williams (Founder),
Bryan Kujawski (Founder)
Marketing & Advertising
Sarah Hofstetter (Oct 2013–)
New York City, New York, United States
David Williams, Bryan Kujawski
360i is a New York City-based digital agency founded in 1998. It is a business unit of Dentsu.
360i was founded in 1998 in Atlanta as a regional search agency. It was later acquired by Innovation Interactive. At the time, 360i had 35 people and revenue of close to $5 million.
360i was acquired as a digitally-led communications agency.
Innovation Interactive was acquired by Dentsu in 2010 for $275mm and remains a unit of Dentsu, Inc. Bryan Wiener remained CEO of 360i until February 2014 and was succeeded by Sarah Hofstetter, a 360i executive since 2005 and the founder of the firm's social media and strategy practices. Wiener remains Chairman of 360i.
360i started out as a search engine marketing and optimization company. In 2005 it began offering social media marketing programs. In 2008, the agency rounded out its capabilities in strategy, media and creative. spanning the US, UK, Brazil and Canada.
Notable work from the agency includes “Adaptoys”, a line of accessible toys that allow those living with paralysis to rejoin playtime, Lean Cuisine’s “Weigh This”, an experiential and digital activation that encouraged women to weigh themselves based on personal achievements, "The Great American Bacon Barter", a social media-powered cross-country expedition in which Oscar Mayer proposed bacon as a new form of currency and Oreo's "Dunk in the Dark" social ad that went viral during Super Bowl XLVII. The agency was named sole Leader in The Forrester Wave™: Search Marketing Agencies, Q1 2016 report by Forrester Research.” 360i was named a MediaPost OMMA "Digital Agency of the Year" in 2013, 2014, and 2015, and made the Ad Age A List in 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016.