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Matt started Stackmatix in 2018. They detail the beginnings of their company in their Starter Story interview: 
Q: How did you get started on Stackmatix?
I started Stackmatix with my business partner James Critelli in 2018. We both worked together at MightyHive, one of the most successful marketing services companies globally that went from 0 to a $150M acquisition to S4 Capital in just a few years. I was the Head of Sales and James was one of the earliest employees at the company responsible for managing our largest and most intricate customers. We took everything we learned from the experience and joined forces to accelerate the growth of Seed to Series C growth-focused startups.
You can’t do everything yourself. It’s important to set up the framework to scale ahead of time.
MightyHive was focused on servicing a specific set of enterprise tools for large customers, whereas Stackmatix provides a more holistic and consultative approach to our marketing services. We start working with businesses from the ground up so that we can influence marketing architecture and operational decisions so these businesses do not run into scaling challenges at a later stage in their lifecycle.
We started Stackmatix so that we could have full control over how we manage and operate our own business but also to have more autonomy in growing our clients’ businesses as well. Working with founders and CEOs, we’re given a lot of authority in the marketing domain and are able to make decisions quickly without a bureaucratic process like you will have working with most enterprise organizations.
Contributors to this article:
- Pat Walls, Founder @ Starter Story