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Brands Winning and Losing at SXSW

Thousands of the brightest minds in emerging technology descended upon Austin, Texas, as South By Southwest (SXSW) kicked off the Interactive portion of its annual festival March 11-15, 2015. Eager to engage the legions of technologists, marketers and agencies in attendance, a long list of brands set up shop inside the event and around the… Continue Reading

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Chad Robley & Mike Hodges Awarded American Advertising Federation Silver Medal Award

San Diego, CA – October 24, 2014 – Mindgruve Cofounder and CEO, Chad Robley, and U-T San Diego President and COO, Mike Hodges, were awarded the American Advertising Federation Silver Medal Award at the Brand Diego Award ceremony on October 23. The AAF Silver Medal Award Program recognizes men and women who have made outstanding contributions… Continue Reading


Mindgruve Wins Gold W3 Award

“Welcome to Beverly Hills.” Or so it says on the homepage of our award-winning site for the Beverly Hills CVB,! That’s right. Mindgruve has been honored with a Gold W3 Award in the General Website – Tourism category. The responsive design allows users to seamlessly check out upcoming events, local restaurants, shops, and places… Continue Reading


Mindgruve Wins Ad Age Healthcare Award

Modern Healthcare & Advertising Age honored Mindgruve with a Silver Healthcare Marketing IMPACT Award! Competing against a wide variety of quality entries from nationally recognized healthcare brands, our efforts in MDVIP’s “National Doctors’ Day” digital marketing campaign won silver in the Digital Category. The award recognizes healthcare’s best advertising, marketing, promotion, and communication campaigns on… Continue Reading


Slowing Down The Internet.

Earlier this week, Apple unveiled the new iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and Apple Watch in a live-streamed event marred by a bevy of technical issues. And, the Internet promptly erupted with people taking to Twitter to voice their frustration. Just one day later, the Internet slowed to a halt. No, it wasn’t your router… Continue Reading