Zack MacLean

Website: http://www.thesearchagency.com

Zack MacLean is a Search Marketing Analyst at The Search Agency. He is responsible for client account analysis, optimizing campaign performance, as well as developing extensive reporting processes. Previously, Zack was at GoWireless, Inc., a leader in the Wireless Industry with over 190 stores open in 16 states as an Operations Analyst. There, he performed financial budgeting, analysis, and forecasting for their Chief Financial Officer. Additionally, he started the Loss Prevention Department, which practices contrived are still being implemented today. Zack also has investment banking experience where he worked as an Asset Management Analyst for The Troxler Group, Inc., a partner of Lehman Brothers, which has invested in projects with terminal values in excess of $7B. Zack attended Purdue University for his undergraduate studies in Economics & Management and received his Bachelor of Science in Economics from Arizona State University. He is also a certified Google AdWords Professional and served as a comScore's Audience Measurement Advisory Group Contributor, focusing on comScore Marketer (NASDAQ: SCOR)


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