Ad fish in Toronto 🐠
Torontonians, for what it's worth... We ordered toilet paper off Amazon a couple days ago. Expected delivery was one month. Was fully prepared to start wiping with paper towels. It arrived today.
Any news of layoffs (or hopefully lack thereof) happening around? I'm worried as I have mortgage to pay.
Is it possible for mid management levels to move from Media to Creative/ Integrated shops or vice versa? Has anyone done this and if so what was it like?
I'm betting some creative at John St right now is trying to find a way to claim credit for corona virus as a stunt for no frills or cashmere toilet paper for their 2020 AOY video.
What client side company is good to move to as a creative? I saw Amazon was looking for an Art Director so it got me thinking.
any ADs wanna do young lions with me next year? i know it’s early but i’m eager. let’s meet up, do some spec, have some fun.
Does your agency have mediocre white men in Director level roles in other departments? Is it worth exposing them if they're doing a poor job that affects your work?
Thoughts on Leo now? I heard their squad/pod trial was a flop, and their design team is being poorly managed now. How are they doing otherwise?
Which agencies in Toronto have Creative and Account leadership championing ideas that are risky, strategically and artistically sound so their clients can and DO feel comfortable in their discomfort?
Canadian super bowl ads succckkkkkkkkkkkk. I’m not asking for American size budgets but holy shit. So much uninspired typical crap. How can we make clients do something worth while?
Any consultants here? Curious to hear about your experience and what triggered the switch from agency side?