Advertising, Analytics & Automation for B2B Companies - Outshine




Who we are

Outshine began as a performance-driven online marketing company in 2010.

As we worked alongside larger agencies, we recognized the need for advertising and analytics leadership: both to track our own efforts, but also the efforts of other vendors, partners, and teams. Since then, we have focused on advertising, analytics, and automation for high-growth B2B companies. 

Outshine is a high-performing team of growth-oriented advertising and analytics experts.

At Outshine there are no account executives or middle managers. We are a culture of doers; a tightly knit, experienced team of marketers and analytics experts who think deeply about solving problems in modern B2B enterprises.

"Of all the different vendor relationships I have, this is probably the only true partnership.”
We work with people we like, on projects we're excited about. Being small allows us that luxury.  




Andrew Breen, President

From start-ups to billion dollar brands, Andrew has spent over a decade working in digital advertising. He helps clients navigate the complexity of the modern advertising and marketing technology landscape, but still loves to roll up his sleeves and build enterprise AdWords accounts from the ground up. 

Andrew has been featured in outlets around the world including B2B Growth podcast, PPC Hero, iPullRank and more. Andrew is an AdWords Certified Professional and a Google All-Stars 2015 & 2016 winner.


Joel Burke, Partner

Joel advises B2B SaaS leaders on how to execute their marketing analytics vision. Using analytics, he solves real-world B2B marketing and sales problems.

In his previous roles, Joel improved the digital marketing practices of some of the world’s largest travel and tourism brands.

Joel has had a Google Analytics Individual Qualification since 2011 and has received a Digital Analytics Award of Achievement from the University of British Columbia.


“It doesn’t matter what platform it is, Outshine goes where it works. They figure out what channels are killing it and double-down on those.”