I don't want to cast Adlucent in a bad light, because I think if you know who to "get in" with when you start, this could be an incredibly profitable place to work. They train you with indispensable skills you'll be able to leverage in the future, they'll equip you with confidence in account management, and they're good at supporting you while you have your training wheels on.
But if you do choose to stick around, to try to move up, beware. They're well below industry standard for compensation (I know, I've had two job offers since leaving), they try not to be but are incredibly imbalanced in terms of nepotism, and basically once you're deemed "lesser" to them, there's nothing you can do to prove otherwise. The CEO is very smart but sort of checked out in terms of the people who work there. They focus way too heavily on culture to compensate for how complacent their workers are. And it's hard not to be complacent when you're expected to work as hard as you do there with no recognition and low pay.
If you can get in with the higher-ups early on, get taken seriously, gain traction, good for you. Entry-level workers... speak up loudly and often if you expect to ever get a decent raise. And if you do make it to a higher role in client services, expect to work exponentially harder, and for everything to be on your shoulders.