If a recession comes, do you think it’s safer to be client or agency side? Thinking of going in house next year, but worried that companies have a “first hired, first fired” mentality in a downturn.
Suggestions for handling a client organization that constantly shifts the direction & complains the agency never hits the mark, yet doesn’t recognize their changing direction is the biggest factor?
What are some of the qualities you saw in the BEST account directors you’ve worked with? Would love specifics (I.e advocating for the work, concise feedback, approachable?)
Took client to dinner where they proceeded to lay into me and a co-worker in the most unprofessional manner I’ve ever experience in 20 years. I’m so deflated. Gotta get away from them ASAP.
“You’re fabulous, 100% qualified.. they completely LOVED you and had ZERO negative feedback! But, they went with someone more qualified...” OK, how about just saying they went with the cheaper option?
How long does it usually take (obviously dependent on how well you’re doing) to jump from AAE to AE? 1-2 years?
What are some good courses/certifications to help make me better at what I do? General marketing skills, strategy, business acumen, etc.
Thoughts on putting the creative team on emails to clients? I have a new boss who does this and this is not something I’m used to.
I’m a seasoned AD and am considering an VP Account Supervisor position but feel like I am losing earned value without having Director in my title even though it’s a VP position. Am I overreacting?
Any Chicago fishies who went from account sup to a brand manager role? What are the main differences of the job? Preference between the two? Which salary/perks are better? Considering the jump.
Thoughts on portfolios along with resume for account mgrs? Tips to stand out/communicate your effectiveness beyond just a resume (or even on a resume)? Overwhelmed by all the do’s/don’ts and (cont.)
I’m requesting my supervisor to help conduct an informal 6-month review and gather some feedback from people I work with daily in the agency. Any advice on what things they should give feedback on?
Likelihood I can get into account management without too much of a step down? I have three years of production experience and 3 years of resource management working directly under chief executives.
GREY NY is looking for an Account Supervisor & an Account Executive to work on a high profile retail account. Ideally looking for candidates with heavy TV and/or social experience. DM if interested!
I am looking for an account executive with production experience to work on a fun national beverage account. 3-5 years experience. Located in nyc. Dm me for more info.