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Carousel30 is a privately held full-service digital agency headquartered in Washington, DC. In 2012, Carousel30 was listed as one of the Top 20 Advertising in Washington Business Journal’s Book of Lists and was listed as an East Coast Agency to Watch by iMedia Connection.[1]


Carousel30 employs over 20 staff members across five departments: strategy, marketing, creative, technology and client services.


As a full-service digital agency, Carousel30’s services include: digital strategy, user experience, creative, technology and marketing, advertising, and public relations.


Carousel30 has clients in a variety of industries. Notable clients include: Toyota, AOL, Geico, CQ Roll Call, The Nature Conservancy, United Nations, National Audubon Society, AARP and MTV.

Awards and Recognition[edit]

Carousel30 has received awards, including Webby Awards, the ADDY Awards, DesignFirm’s Web Awards, and the W3 Awards.[2] In 2012, the agency won 14 interactive awards, including Web Awards Non-Profit Standard of Excellence Award,[3] a Gold ADDY award,[4] and a Summit Emerging Media Visionary Award[5] for the design of the UNFPA's 7 Billion and Me website.[6] Carousel30 also received two AMADC award, one for Top Marketer for the 7 Billion and Me website, and another for Outstanding Marketer for its work on The Nature Conservancy's "Don't Move the Firewood" campaign.[7] The agency received two Gold Horizon Interactive Awards in the email marketing and integrated campaign categories and a Bronze Horizon Interactive Award in the promotional category in 2012.


  1. "iMedia Connection".
  2. "Award Winining Interactive Agency page".
  3. "Carousel30 Wins 2012 Web Award".
  4. "DC ADDY Award Winners".
  5. "2012 EMA Visionary Award".
  6. "7 Billion & Me website".
  7. "Don't Move the Firewood campaign".

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