Want to join the MECLABS Team?

At MECLABS, we’re scientists. We are always trying something new to discover what really works. And we’re optimizers. We put those discoveries into practice in partnership with Fortune 50 companies and emerging businesses interested in improving their bottom line through better marketing and sales programs.

We are currently looking for star players to add to our team. If you enjoy a fast-paced environment where the only limit to your growth is your own capabilities, please check our open positions below.

We’ve hired people with experience ranging from IT, sales, marketing, finance, recreation, apparel quality evaluation, and food science. But they all had one thing in common…the capacity to grow, explore, question, push, invent, and change things.

Want to join MECLABS, but not sure where you fit? Feel free to click “Help me find the best fit” on the position listing page to submit your resume. We will review it and get in touch if we find positions that would be a good match for your talents.


Our organization has been involved in direct Research Partnerships with companies throughout Europe and North America since 2001. MECLABS is a research institution focused on offer-response optimization particularly in the field of “value-exchange.”

MECLABS houses two wholly owned primary research facilities that currently conduct over 1,300 major experiments each year. In all, we have conducted tests with over 10,000 landing pages across 1 billion email sends and 5 million telephone calls. We have also developed the largest library of test protocols in our field.

As a means of field-testing our discoveries, our organization has created micro-research laboratories/projects within major companies around the world. We regularly publish the findings of this research at MECLABS in publications and briefings through MECLABS subsidiaries MarketingExperiments and MarketingSherpa.

As part of this work, MECLABS developed a patented platform with nine new conversion-related distribution formulas and a new research methodology for single-factorial testing and multifactorial testing in a digital environment.