Founder, Envision Marketing
In 2007, Suken Shah saw potential in the midst of a new digital age.
Recognizing the transformative power of digital channels, Shah started Envision Marketing as a side business, helping clients understand the changing media and marketing landscape. Envision Marketing transformed in 2011 when Shah encountered a political Facebook ad with little imagination.
Understanding the qualities of an effective ad campaign, Shah became inspired to dedicate his career to Envision Marketing and help businesses navigate a complex, ever-changing digital world. Envisions mission is to help businesses find success by using online strategies.
Now in its twelfth year, Envision Marketing has garnered a reputation for providing transparent digital strategies and boasts an impressive list of clients including Governor Steve Sisolak, XPEL Films, Nevada State Bank, and more. Envision serves many different verticals – everything from political campaigns to lawyers, doctors and service-oriented businesses.
Whether it’s ads or social media, Envision Marketing plays an integral role in helping companies power the pipeline of business to consumer.
Most recently Shah and the Envision Marketing team launched a new website for AddictionHelp.com, William McCurdy for Clark County Commission and developed strategic digital marketing plans for Elite Window Tinting out of Washington State.
Shah’s dedicated marketing trajectory began in 2000 as an undergraduate communications student at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV). A full-time student, Shah worked as an unpaid intern at the Tom and Nicole Morning show on Clear Channel Radio Station KSNE-FM (Sunny 106.5) in Las Vegas where he helped the station produce morning show segments. He later became the Sales/Executive Assistant for Clear Channel Radio, where he planned promotions and compiled the station budget.
In 2004, Shah joined Cox Media where he organized the COX/ESPN Sports Memorabilia Tour and the NFL Network Kickoff Party. In addition, Shad revamped the A Welcome Home, a program designed to find homes for foster children. As a result, Shah was honored with the Adoption Excellence Award by the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services in 2005.
In 2007, Shah graduated with a Masters of Business Administration from the University of Southern Nevada (USN) – now known as Roseman University of Health Sciences. Shah also served as Director of Online Marketing at Zen Entertainment and Nevada State Bank where he drove $2.5M worth of revenue from online channels.
A firm believer in giving back to the community, Shah has volunteered with the Andre Agassi Foundation, the Tiger Woods Foundation and Olive Crest. Shah also serves as an adjunct professor at the UNLV Lee Business School. He has also served on the board of directors for the American Advertising Federation – Las Vegas and led the 200 member organization as Governor for the District.
In his ten years of teaching higher education, Shah still finds himself learning from others. “Whether it’s the latest marketing trends or understanding current campaigns, I’m always learning from my students,” said Shah.
When he’s not working or volunteering his time, Shah enjoys hitting the gym, watching news satire TV, and indulging in the Las Vegas culinary scene with his wife.