Why Work for Intelligent Demand?

  • Intelligent Place is a great place to work

Why work for Intelligent Demand?

Amazing Clients

Work with marquee, enterprise, B2B and B2C brands
National and global scope

Learning & Development

Practice real world modern marketing skills
Catered lunch-and-learns
Certifications and trainings


Have fun while doing amazing and innovative work
A clear purpose and mission


Work from home 1 day per week
Flexible working schedules
Summer hours – office closes at noon on Fridays

Time Off

3 weeks PTO (to start)
8 paid holidays

“Intentional Communication Policy”

ID’ers (that’s what we call ourselves) make a commitment not to talk about work outside of office hours

“All Hands Meetings”

Team members meet weekly over beer to have fun, inspire one another and celebrate the wins of the week

401(k) Retirement Plan

4% match with 100% of the first 3% of salary
50% of the following 2% of salary

Health Coverage

Flexible spending accounts
Group medical, dental and vision plans

Additional Benefits

Profit sharing for all employees
Variety of other voluntary insurance benefits
Maternity & Parental leave


Employees make anonymous suggestions to the “Suggestions” Jar about benefits, culture, outings, other ideas–anything!

“Values in Action”

These values define who we are as people, and are the basis for the culture we co-create with each other. Our success comes from embodying them every day.

Our Values

Voracious Learning

Let’s Connect Careers@intelligentdemand.com

About the Author:

Kimberly Lucas is the Founder and Chief People Connector at Goldstone Partners, Inc., a Colorado-based search and talent advisory firm specializing in recruitment strategy and engaged search for privately-held companies. As a seasoned entrepreneur and career coach, Kimberly is committed to helping founders build strong, profitable companies that stand the test of time. As a Certified StrengthsFinder coach she works with individuals and teams to help them achieve their stated objectives. Kimberly is an active mentor for MBA students at the University of Colorado’s Leeds School of Business, serves on the board of the Rockies Venture Club, is a founding member of RVC Women and facilitates a Thinking Partner Mastermind group.