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Lemonade Community

Better talent.
For clients.
Always curious.

Lemonade Projects is a community of



Research Fellows



from all over the world.

We are fluent in many languages, and we all speak 'programmatic.'

We acknowledge that the smartest people are not always in the room;

our industry's collective intelligence is everywhere.

That's why we are constantly growing our Lemonade Community.


We're putting fresh eyes on old advertising problems.

Our economics-minded talent is a bit different than what clients are used to.

Your biggest programmatic assets are the people with their fingers on the keyboards and their eyes on the data.

We only hire hands-on-keyboard talent skilled in economics.

We seek out this "medianomics" mindset in unexpected places.

We manage our work from anywhere in the world.

Interested in working with us?

Check out our open roles.

Prepare yourself for the most challenging

and rewarding interview experience of your life.

Programmatic Think Tank


Research Fellows & Advisors

Operating in and around Lemonade Projects is the industry's first and only

Programmatic Think Tank.

Our Research Fellows ideate, discuss and publish research on the most important questions across the programmatic scene. 

Our Use Case Advisors form a globally diverse sounding board to originate new campaign experiments and reflect on our real-world findings.

New York

Use Case Advisor



Research Fellow

Supply Strategy


New York


Supply Quality



Use Case Advisor


What We Value

We maintain a high tolerance for supply chain ambiguity.

When we take a dragonfly-eye view of the supply chain, we find opportunities for our clients.

We tap into collective intelligence and  acknowledge the smartest people are often not in the room.

We pursue relentless experimentation with speed  by making probability-based decisions.

We practice what is true about programmatic to get our clients what they want.

We are ever-curious about programmatic potential.

Principals / Advisors

Tom Triscari

New York


Programmatic Economist


New York




Open Roles

Hard work.

Fully remote.

Unlimited Potential.

Programmatic Economist

Your role is keeping your hands on the keyboard and your eyes on the data.

You're shifting clients out of "the struggle" with every decision you make.

You set up experimental campaigns and optimize them. 

You collaborate work with colleagues around the world.

You're ever-curious, always looking for the next best use case to design and own.

Programmatic Consultant

Your role is to solve programmatic advertising problems for clients and the industry at large. 

You approach everything looking for ways that could be better, whatever it might be. 

You have a high tolerance for supply chain ambiguity and know how to reconcile it with the clarity of your accounting knowledge. 

You are optimistic about improving programmatic usage and skeptical of how it works for clients today.  

You own a project plan from end to end — if you can't find a way, you make one."


You're settled on graduating with a degree in Economics.

You're curious about the digital advertising world.

You can digest instructions, ask a few clarifying questions, take ownership and complete the task at hand. 

You're reliable.

Interview Process


Step 1 

Connect with our team.

Step 2

We'll send you a confirmation and a brief questionnaire to fill in.

Step 3

If we think you have the right stuff,

we'll schedule a live 20-minute math test via Zoom.

Step 4

If you pass the math test,

we'll schedule a live case interview via Zoom.

Step 5

If you pass the case interview,

You'll get invited to take an online Strengthsfinder test.

Lemonade Projects is an equal opportunity employer.

We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

Lemonade Projects is an equal opportunity employer.

We celebrate diversity.

We are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

"An idea can turn to dust or magic,

depending on the talent that rubs against it."

– Bill Bernbach