Rob Solomon

Founder & Chief Strategy Officer

Serial entrepreneur Rob Solomon is our Founder and Chief Strategy Officer. His extensive experience launching, growing, and operating businesses has culminated in the unique, innovative venture that is our beloved Bulldog.  
Rob is all about challenging the status quo. His natural curiosity makes him particularly adept at uncovering how companies should position themselves, go to market, and reach their customers. He also can’t sit still for more than three minutes, so he keeps himself exceptionally busy.
Case in point, Rob currently serves on several corporate and nonprofit boards. He’s the founder of the Austin Chapter of Entrepreneurs' Organization (EO) and an active member in World Presidents' Organization (WPO). And he serves on the teaching faculty of the Acton School of Business, where he teaches Growth & Customers in their MBA program.  

Rob has a Bachelor of Business Administration from The University of Texas at Austin. In his pre-Bulldog days, he was the founder, chairman and CEO of USOL Holdings, Inc. (Nasdaq: USOL), a telecommunications company with offices and operations all over the United States.
Rob rocks—literally. Every marketing pro secretly wants to be a rock star. As the drummer of Austin indie rock band, Driver, Rob is living that dream for all of us.

Latest from Rob Solomon

On Being Agile

Agile has become yet another overused buzz word in the modern marketing lexicon. It sits up there with other bullsh*t bingo buzzwords like paradigm, strategic, integrated and best practice...

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3 Reasons Your Agency Relationship Will Fail

We identified more than a dozen characteristics that we identified as risk factors; client attributes that limited our ability to deliver the best outcomes and drive high customer satisfaction. Stack-ranked, here are the top three.

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Confessions of a 21st-Century Mad Man

The agency business is hard. Really hard. To be successful, you have to work your ass off. You have to stay current on so many new emerging trends and technologies. And to do that well, you have to constantly be on the prowl for the right talent with fresh digital and creative skills.

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@#%& Email!

How many emails do you get in a day? On average, I receive almost 200 and that doesn’t include the 50 or 60 that Microsoft Outlook, in its infinite wisdom, determines are really junk. Let me break that down a bit more…if you assume I get 85% between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m.—that’s 170 emails or about 14 per hour. That’s one email every 4 minutes.

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Bulldog Executive Leadership

Randy Watson

Chief Executive Officer

Our fearless, purple-and-gold-clad leader loves three things above all else: his family, LSU sports, and Bulldog. Only Randy can keep us all laughing and engaged whether we’re celebrating victories at a company-wide happy hour or poring over tedious spreadsheets.

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Chris Parisi

Chief Operating Officer & Chief Technology Officer

If we had a dime for every time someone said, “Talk to Chris about it,” we’d be swimming in them. Our illustrious COO/CTO is the glue that holds us all together with endless patience, supernatural “techspertise”—and lots of chewing gum.

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Brian Maschler

Chief Creative Officer

Brian talks about B2B marketing creative the way most people talk about their favorite band. His passion keeps us fired up, and his constant pursuit of innovation sets the bar at Bulldog. From tactics to concepts to his facial hair, Maschler keeps it #fresh.

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Robin Campana

Vice President of Finance

Bulldog’s finances are locked securely in the long horns of this proud UT alumnus. Award-winning money maven by day, beekeeping fantasy football commissioner by night, Robin keeps us all on budget, on track, and on (decimal) point.

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Willow J. McIndoo

Director of Talent & Human Resources

Never have we known a person whose name so aptly fits them as Willow J. McIndoo. Her breezy approachability is rooted in confidence, nurtured by deep HR experience, and positively blooming with the kind of wisdom only a cat-loving bibliophile could possess.

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