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Industry:PR/Comm
Founded:2014
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Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • CLAgency's estimated annual revenue is currently $8.4M per year.
  • CLAgency's estimated revenue per employee is $234,000

Employee Data

  • CLAgency has 36 Employees.
  • CLAgency grew their employee count by 24% last year.
  • CLAgency currently has 1 job openings.
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$7M30N/AN/AN/A
CLAgency
$8.4M3624%N/AN/A
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CLAgency strives to be a leader and to set a precedent as a student-run communications agency in the collegiate circuit. Through our innovative ideas and marketing, we aim to make the College of Liberal Arts a destination college for current and future students at the University of Minnesota. CLAgency is made up of a diverse community of students from numerous departments in the College of Liberal Arts, therefore; we represent and uphold the identity of a CLA student. CLAgency acts as a flagship and model for student-run agencies, demonstrating how a community of students can market a college and its continual growth.

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36

Number of Employees

$8.4M

Revenue (est)

1

Current Jobs

24%

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Executive Contacts

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Mic GuytonCEO at GGGroup, .

CLAgency News

11/11/2018 - Student-run CLAgency at the U has its eye on outside clients

Associate Creative Director Jacob Van Blarcom stood in front of a full room as he scrolled through the type font and geometric shapes his team ...

03/14/2019 - Prepared for the future

In 2018, Abby Yates took a history course where she was required to undertake an independent research project. Yates decided to explore ...

02/24/2019 - Scientists Explain Why Your Smile Might Be More Creepy Than Cute

... because patients can't interact with others as they used to," researcher Nathaniel Helwig told the University of Minnesota's CLAgency.