Careers - BrandMuscle

We're BrandMuscle.



BrandWhat? We’re an international company with strong Midwestern roots, and if you haven’t heard of us before, it’s because we’re laser focused on the “muscle” it takes to scale and optimize local channel marketing programs for over 175 of the world’s top brands.
While our business runs on passion and human ingenuity, we’re a technology company. We sell web-based through-channel marketing automation software and end-user support to simplify local marketing for decentralized companies and their local partners.

Okay, cool. So what does that mean?

It means we help brands do what’s called channel marketing. Channels fill our daily lives. Rather than selling directly to consumers like, say, Warby Parker, many brands sell through retailers, resellers, branches, franchisees, dealers, distributors, and agents. These are channels. For example, Kellogg’s sells its cereal through grocery stores, rather than through a branded Kellogg’s store, just like Nationwide sells its insurance through agents. Consumers don’t often know channel partners by that name. They know Kroger and insurance agencies. We help those big companies market through those local touchpoints.

Mixing Midwestern warmth with Silicon Valley imagination, we’ve created a friendly, driven, accessible environment that’s a cool place to work.

Our Values

Our Values

Perks and Benefits at BrandMuscle


BrandMuscle not only builds brands. We build careers. If you’re searching for meaningful work that is fulfilling, challenging, and can sustain you across the course of your professional life, we’d love to speak with you. Some BrandMusclers you’ll encounter have worked for our company for 20 years, in many different roles, from Marketing to Client Partnership. A life of learning involves embracing new challenges and expanding your skillset. We keep things interesting. We’ll help you do that, too.

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