Opinions about Agencies
Many agencies are now coming out to boast about how productive they are WFH. Will they contradict themselves by getting everyone back to the office post pandemic?
What’s HBO in-house like for classical “advertising” creative (aka used to many big idea/concept ops)? What’s the structure across subchannels in creative? Any idea of type of work/structure for MAX?
Which agencies are doing the best at communicating with staff during the pandemic? Who's doing things well? Who's screwing the pooch?
Can someone provide insight as to why agencies who are on a hiring freeze posting the same job openings daily post freeze?
What are some of the activities/services/conversations you’re finding helpful at your agency? I’d love to hear from you about what’s been helping you in this crazy time?
Really? BBDO? After all that delayed WFH fiasco? No remorse? https://www.lbbonline.com/news/why-bbdo-just-opened-hundreds-of-new-offices/
Droga5 NYC. What’s going on there ? Still a great place to work with strong culture? International employees? What unites the workforce? What’s expected from a junior strat?
Mother London - what’s the schtick? Why do they take 10 months to slowly interview and then reject 99% of people for ‘didn’t feel like a fit’? How could they possibly know?
Wait...did the Zimmerman Agency arrange liquor sponsorship for a Trump event at Mar a Lago? From the NYT: “Another attendee...friendly with Ms. Guilfoyle asked the head of a Miami marketing” con’t