Our founder, Nina Hale, established the agency to solve clients’ business problems. Her curiosity, business acumen, and trademark passion fostered sustained success. In 2020, Nina Hale rebranded to Collective Measures, but who we were at our core didn’t change.
Nina Hale set up shop as a one-woman search marketing consultancy, officially founding Nina Hale the agency.
Nina Hale sold the company to her employees, establishing 100% employee ownership through an employee stock ownership plan (ESOP)
And along the way we’ve built up our service offerings and won countless industry awards — including Google’s award for the Most Innovative Shopping Campaign in North America and Adweek’s Brand Campaign of the Year.
Originally founded as a search agency, we’ve transitioned into a performance marketing agency, and today we’re using data and analytics for much, much more than search.
A perfect example? We offer employees “Fur-ternity leave” to take care of their fur babies when they need help the most.
We take your complex problems and leverage data to analyze them. Challenge them. Interpret them. So we can uncover actionable insights to help you simplify your business.
From Nina Hale To Collective Measures
With the growth that we had seen since 2005, we needed a name that reflected our growing capabilities. We chose the name Collective Measures because it better embodies who we are today. We’re not one person. We’re an employee-owned collective. A performance marketing agency. Constantly looking for new ways to use data, analytics, and media to simplify today’s marketing complexity.
Collective Measures’ Founder
Nina’s brilliance, business acumen, and trademark passion have been the key ingredients to the agency’s sustained success. The core values she instilled in the company are still the same values we live by today.