Around here, you won’t hear anyone saying, “We do it this way because we’ve always done it this way.” MarketSource’s high-performance culture—competitive, collaborative, flexible, agile, and fun—drives achievement and empowers us to succeed. We believe friendly competition makes us better. And above all, we don’t want to do things how we’ve always done them—we seek to improve every day.
For our clients, our drive to improve means continued ROI. For our people, it means opportunities to learn and achieve while working with some of the world’s leading brands. We consistently train, coach, and motivate you to reach your full potential.
Our Core Values reflect what we believe in—a code of everyday behavior that breeds success—for our clients, our partners and ourselves.
Our Core ValuesRelationships
Strong relationships—between colleagues, partners and clients—are the foundation of empowerment. We can reach our full potential only when we have them. We will make the greatest impact by understanding each other and working together toward shared success.Open Communication
We empower—and expect—everyone in our company to commit to candid conversation. By openly sharing information and seeking and delivering feedback from others, regardless of their role, we will constantly challenge the status quo and improve ourselves and our company.Work Ethic
Our performance is driven by the quality of work we deliver to our colleagues, partners and clients. That means hard work and determination are non-negotiable—and that we must give our all every time, and in every new challenge. We are competitive, action oriented and results driven.Serving Others
When we commit to serving others, we commit to delivering on our promises. We strive to be selfless because we know it’s the only way we can improve our clients’ businesses—and our own. Our philosophy is: “whenever, wherever and whatever you need, we’ll be there.”
“I think there’s a certain energy that organizations have internally. When it’s there, it’s there—and it drives everything that happens in a business.”
“I think that one of their biggest strengths—and quite frankly, what a lot of companies want—is change agility.”