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Bacon Branding

The JESS3 team explored designs and illustrations for branding of the most magical of all meats, bacon, for use in a possible mobile bacon truck. Stay tuned.

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Washington Business Journal Covers JESS3 HQ Move to LA

As JESS3 begins to settle in its new Los Angeles headquarters, The Washington Business Journal announces the void it will leave in its former Washington D.C. home. President, and COO Leslie Bradshaw, along with CEO and Co-Founder Jesse Thomas moved to California in early June. WBJ Reporter Bill Flook writes, "JESS3 is going out West, where the clients are near and the talent is plentiful." Flook continues, "The reasons behind the relocation are predictable. JESS3 works for some big-name tech and media clients." Last year alone, 93% of JESS3's revenue came solely from their West Coast clients. As Bradshaw states in the article, "It’s just nice to be a little bit closer to the clients we serve."

JESS3 Continues Its U.S. Expansion With Five New Offices

While JESS3 continues to operate entirely in the cloud across multiple time zones and countries, we believe strongly in having a physical space to collaborate, tap into creative epicenters and to better serve our clients. From Florida to Oregon, Denver and Oklahoma to LA, we are thrilled to announce that we're expanding our footprint to do just that.

Mashable Touts JESS3 Co-founder Leslie Bradshaw as a "Female Founder Every Entrepreneur Should Know"

Entering her seventh year with JESS3 this fall, Leslie Bradshaw has been recognized by Mashable as one of the top 44 female founders to know. Bradshaw's tireless dedication to her team, company and the field of data visualization has earned her the top billing along side such notable entrepreneurs as Kass Lazerow, Buddy Media; Julia Hartz, Eventbrite; Gina Bianchini, MightyBell; Brooke Moreland, Fashism; Rashmi Sinha, SlideShare; Jenn Hyman and Jenny Fleiss, Rent the Runway; Rachel Sklar, Change The Ratio and TheLi.st; and Victoria Ransom, Wildfire.

The State of the Internet Nominated for a Webby

The nominations for the 15th annual Webby Awards have been announced and the JESS3 team has been included in the "Online Film & Video - Technology" nominees for the State of the Internet video alongside some amazing amazing projects from WSJ, The New York Times and Engadget. Voting is open to the public this year through the Webby's People's Voice Award site.

The Message is the Messenger

Nobody captured the power of influence better than Marshall McLuhan who said, “The message is the medium.” But what happens to influence when media institutions fall? This infographic from JESS3 and Eloqua examines how influence has shifted to the individual — how in today’s world, the message has become messenger.

JESS3 is nominated for a Pixel Award!

We've just learned that JESS3 is nominated in the 5th Annual Pixel Awards in the TV Category for its work on the C-SPAN Video Library. We have our fingers crossed!

MTV Taps JESS3 as Digital Partner for the First O Music Awards

MTV — the network that has defined the music industry for 30 years teamed up with digital partner JESS3 to give a voice to the people with the inaugural O Music Awards. In celebration of the new ways we all experience and consume music, the awards show was designed to be Open, Ongoing and Online — pressing pause twice a year to recognize and reward fans, artists and technologists.

JESS3 Co-founder Leslie Bradshaw to Serve as U.S. Chamber Fellow

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s National Chamber Foundation (NCF) announced JESS3's Co-founder, President & COO Leslie Bradshaw as a U.S. Chamber Fellow for 2012-2013. The prestigious program assembles experienced thought leaders and business professionals to aid in identifying emerging issues that will impact the business community within the next two to five years. Bradshaw’s areas of inquiry will be: Female entrepreneurship, millennial leadership and the impact of social technologies on the United States.

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