It’s almost impossible to imagine the Group Two team without Matt Coddaire. Not just because he is involved in so many crucial aspects of our extensive marketing services, but because of the fun-loving personality and wit he brings to the office every day. When he’s not making the entire creative department laugh, he’s helping builders all across the country develop the perfect marketing strategy across every platform. Meet our Managing Director, Matt!
How long have you been at Group Two?
A total of 16 years.
What do you really do on a daily basis?
Work across agency teams, developing and executing effective multi-channel marketing strategies.
What got you into the Media/Marketing field?
While studying marketing in college, I had an internship with an agency, worked with several homebuilders and loved everything about it.
What’s your favorite room in the house, and why?
Not to give the “run of the mill” answer, but definitely the kitchen. In my own home, it was actually my least favorite during a LONG renovation project, but it’s all done and what a feeling of accomplishment. Nothing better than dinner with the family, even if our 1-year old is throwing his!
If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would it be?
Still looking forward to a trip to Ireland…
What’s the best part about working in the homebuilding industry?
Working with so many wonderful builders who take pride in what they do and have such a positive impact on their happy homeowners.
What’s your most interesting/favorite hobby?
So, I took up trap shooting about a year ago and love it. Though I have never done quite as well as my first time out!
If you won the lottery, what’s the first thing you would buy?
A beach house in Cape May, NJ
What toppings are on your perfect pizza?
Peppers and onions!
If you could create any type of technology to make your life easier, what would it be?
I love any technology that helps to avoid commuter traffic, eagerly awaiting to see where crowd-sourced apps like WAZE (Google) are headed. I don’t ever want to go back to life without Amazon, but I’m definitely not ready to let them in my house to drop off packages.