About the business:
Ten years ago, Centro founder and CEO Shawn Riegsecker saw an emerging opportunity: new technologies were going to create complexity for ad agencies and force them to place ads across more devices. Riegsecker built Centro to help ease the transition for media companies by doing the heavy tech lifting so that ad agencies could focus on the creative aspects of their work. Internally, Centro takes care of its employees with a handful of perks, including free yoga and a paid three-week-long sabbatical for anyone who has worked at the company for four years.
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