Client Start Year End Year
Soylent 2017 Current
PepsiCo 2016 Current
Activision 1999 Current
Trion Worlds 2010 Current
Greater Palm Springs CVB 2012 2017
Library of Congress 2016 Current
Clinique 2011 2014
Coca Cola 2012 2013
Contiki Vacations 2012 2014
DTS 2010 2017

Ignited started in 1999 by the marketing team that sparked the turnaround of videogame publisher Activision, led by Eric Johnson. The company was founded on an insight gained while launching $10 billion of videogames: digital technology was putting control of advertising in the hands of consumers. With this power, most people would avoid ads- thus disrupting the $500 billion advertising ecosystem.

Savvy brands would need to master the new tool set for marketing to survive and prosper. Ignited was born to help companies stay ahead of this rapidly changing world by providing digitally-connected marketing that delivers tangible results for brands.

The agency has continued to evolve to stay ahead. At our core, we are a strategic problem-solving organization, committed to sparking transformations that ensure growth.

We have been fortunate to work with a mix of emerging companies and global brands, such as NBCUniversal, Sony, DTS, PepsiCo, Nike and The Coca-Cola Company. We have also been a dedicated marketing partner to the federal government for the last 16 years, including leading strategy and creative efforts with the U.S. Army, Library of Congress and U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

  • Eric Johnson

    Eric Johnson

    Founder & President

  • Aaron Dus

    Aaron Dus

    VP, Strategy

  • Timothy Harsh

    Timothy Harsh

    VP of Strategy

  • David Lock

    David Lock

    VP, Experiential + Business Development

  • Bree Bandy

    Bree Bandy

    VP, Brand Management & Operations

  • Christel Roldan

    Christel Roldan

    VP, Brand Management

  • Chalita Dasnanjali

    Chalita Dasnanjali

    VP, Media

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