When you hire Cerebrate, you hire some of the best brains in the business: award-winning seasoned veterans as well as hot, new talent — all working to harness the power of today’s communications options to make a difference for your bottom line.

Cerebrate identifies your best sales opportunities through database-driven customer segmentation, modeling and analysis tools and drives home your message to each target audience in your diverse distribution channels. Response rates, leads-to-sales conversion ratios and reduced acquisition costs bring return on your investment, and prove you used your gray matter in choosing us.

Cerebrate's detailed sales-process mapping, custom-fit sales tools, and training keep your best customers engaged through targeted retention programs that increase after-market and cross-product sales, reduce attrition and increase your net results.

By lowering acquisition and retention costs, speeding up closure rates, increasing economies of scale and improving sales force competencies, you'll find a brilliant difference in your profit margins. Contact Cerebrate today, and let us put our marketing intellect to work for you.

About our Founder, Moira Shanahan

In 1998, Shanahan was recognized as one of the "divas" of Atlanta business by Business to Business magazine. Earlier, she was named one of Entrepreneur magazine's "75 Entrepreneurial Superstars," as well as a finalist for Small Business Person of the Year by the Atlanta Business Chronicle and the Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce. A proud recipient of the 1995 DeKalb Chamber of Commerce Stargazers Award for Excellence in Business, she has been nominated three times for Ernst & Young's Entrepreneur of the Year Award and was named a semifinalist for 1995. Shanahan is also a respected speaker on business trends and sales and marketing issues, and has addressed national audiences for Inc. magazine and Sales & Marketing Management magazine conferences.

Shanahan also is active in many community, education and trade organizations. She is an active member of the Advisory Council for the College of Business Administration at the University of Notre Dame. She served as chairperson of Arts Alive and on the Cultural Affairs Board of the Atlanta Chamber of Commerce. In addition, she has served on the Business Council for the Arts and is a member of the Board of Directors for Theatre Gael.