Ivie is a global marketing company existing to provide a higher level of service at a lower cost. We are made up of over 750 professionals throughout the U.S. and China. Our headquarters are located in Flower Mound Texas, right in the heart of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. We specialize in marketing and advertising services including media, digital, print, creative, communications.
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Profile strength: Average
Average is better than “below average”, but not “good”, at least not on TechBehemoths. Ivie is one of those companies that might deliver some projects, but are not convincing enough. For this reason, their profile strength is average. Advice: get in touch with Ivie if you have a great intuition. Otherwise, go the extra mile and find a slightly better ranking company. We have 5,000 strong and excellent ones from a total of 43,000+.
601 Silveron Blvd. Flower
United States +19728995000
- Digital Strategy
- Print Design
- Marketing Strategy
How Ivie compares to other companies based on profile strength?
See how Ivie is positioned among 19717 companies from United States based on profile strength. An average rate is fine, but could definitely be better for a bit more credibility.
How much does Ivie charge for their services compared to other companies in United States and Mound?
Ivie charges between $70 - 150/hour, meaning that the cost of their services in United States is the market average. This is a safer bet. Being well aware of their capabilities and cost. This gives room for more flexibility in negotiating the cost. Keep this in mind before calculating your budget and requesting a quote..
How many services does Ivie provide compared to other companies?
Ivie covers 5 services in their current region or area. This means that the company offers a limited range of services compared to their competitors. This is not necessarily a bad thing. It can be that the company is rather focused on a few things and does it well, instead of spreading too much.
When was Ivie founded?
Ivie was founded in 1994. According to TechBehemoths data, 954 companies were founded in United States in the year 2000 or before. Compared to other companies, Ivie is veteran in the market. What can be added here? A very experienced company, which most of the time works with bigger clients or long-term projects. If you are one of these - don't think twice and contact them.
Having now reviews yet might be ok to trust, but having no portfolio...it's a little risky. We highly advice to look for another company. Better safe than sorry.
From 5 reviews
- I would have to agree with Stina. As a longtime former employee who has worked in a multitude of positions in the company, I can say from first-hand experience that Ivie & Associates is the worst company I have ever worked for. I also wondered why they were voted one of the Best Places to Work in Dallas - the internal surveys the employees did were mainly negative in nature. You want a high paying job? Go somewhere else. You want your opinions to matter? Go somewhere else. You actually want some real-world advertising agency experience? Definitely go someplace else. Ivie touts itself as some kind of world leader in Advertising, but from the 7 years I spent there, the best advertising they ever got was from kissing their biggest clients rear ends to keep the company from going under. I work at one of the best Advertising agencies in the world, and the place I work for is a world leader in Advertising with clients ranging from Nike, Reebok, and world class airlines among other things. After 7 years of hard work of moving myself up the chain from the bottom to one of the most powerful single employees who did the most work, I consistently was told that my performance was great, but we can only give you a 1.5% raise this year because we aren't making as much. Hmm, thats interesting because you just put out a statement saying you made $400 million in profits last year. Where did all that money go you might ask yourself; into the pockets of the former owners son, thats where. I understand that a family company is passed from father to son, but not to someone who is incompetent. This man took over from his father, and as soon as he did, the company took a major nose dive into where it is now. We went from halfway decent hours and bonuses to no bonuses, no christmas parties at work or christmas bonuses, to working major overtime for no pay increases. I personally threw my 'raise' back in their face 3 times because it was so measly, I could buy 3 6-packs of beer at the end of the week. Wow, what a raise. Let me get down on my hands and knees and kiss the very ground you walk on for that immense raise. I applied for a Manager position but was shot down every time because they thought it wasn't important enough to give it to me. So after asking, begging, pleading, I said screw it - I resign. I resigned, and from what I've been told by friends that still work there, it hasn't gotten any better. Production and Pre-Press is run by a micro-managing boss that can't seem to crack a smile unless she's gloating about something or lording it over you. Her boss, the 'Director' is such a waste of space that he hides in his office all day long and doesn't bother to come out and talk to anyone most of the time. Upper management is mostly a joke, as well as all the Directors and VPs. And don't bother to even try to talk to HR because the HR people spill your business to your managers and directors behind your back. Wheres the confidentiality there? Most of the people that work at Ivie are good hardworking people that need a paycheck to survive. And if survival is your method of madness, then Ivie is the place for you. But if you want a real job with a say in how things are done, please, PLEASE go somewhere else and save yourself the hassle.