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Employees Are More Important Than Clients

Workers who feel truly cared for are the key to creating a business that can grow quickly

AT VAYNERMEDIA, we like to say, “Family first, agency second.” Your employees are important, because it is their skills that keep your machine running. I started VaynerMedia in 2009 with my brother, AJ; a handful of his closest friends became our earliest employees. Having taken two businesses from $3 million to $60 million in revenue, each in less than five years, I’ve learned that employee happiness

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