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Watch Live on 65

Our very own Mike Grehan sits down for a video interview with Google digital marketing evangelist Avinash Kaushik, in which he discusses a new framework for digital marketers.

Enjoy the view from 65

One of the coolest things about working at Acronym is that we’re smack, bang in the center of town on the 65th floor of the iconic Empire State Building.