After spending some time in the WFH consulting/accounting/advertising hybrid bowl, I'm reminded how much I value the progressive humanistic integrity of the people in our industry, ctd.
Expect more agencies to begin using Covid-19 as the excuse for closing down operations & layoffs, when in reality there’s much more to the story https://twitter.com/campaignmag/status/1246558670361628680?s=21
Best interactive / experiential campaigns for alcohol brands? Stuff like Bacardi InstantDJ, 19Crimes AR, etc.
Has anyone received obnoxious emails from their agency about Zoom/video call etiquette with clients that you feel is unreasonable? What did they say?
My shop is pushing clients to do creative work in response to Cov-19 but all have said no. My theory is brands who have run Covid-19 work decided to do so internally without agency prodding. Thoughts?
I work at a small shop. Boss cut wages 50% but nothing signed and then garnished wages retroactively one pay period before “announcement.” Recourse? What gives?
Anyone else feel this campaign needs to be refreshed ASAP to reflect a more empathetic tone? The creative and upbeat music don’t seem to fit a time of crisis.
CREATIVES: Here’s a thing we want to do ASAP. LAWYERS: Whoa. Hold on. Let us take a look. ... LAWYERS: You can’t do that. CREATIVES: Why not? Now, all these other brands are doing it. LAWYERS: 🤷🏼♂️
Nooooooooo! You can’t use Don Draper as the VO on your shit car ad. God damn it. What a waste, Mercedes.
What’s gonna happen to the existing Cannes submissions? Is Cannes just gonna refund the money? Or are the submissions gonna be judged in 2021?
Is it lonely being the CD? You can't really be friends with your coworkers anymore at that point :/