Agencies that are open on MLK Day. Wtf? I’m white and I still think it’s ridiculous, even offensive. Doubly so since my agency is in Atlanta.
My senior AD has threatened to quit the team at least 3or4 times since I've started working at my job (so almost 2 years). How does upper management see these things?(cont)
Which english speaking cities/ agencies around the world have a great advertising scene? (Outside of the US)
2 things that says dated, aka stuck in the old ways of advertising: 1. Only interested in TV work 2. When hiring, only looking for teams.
How do you go about reaching out to a creative director on linkedin? Is it okay to ask for a portfolio review, even if you’re clearly reaching out because they’re hiring?
Working in the book publishing industry and have a heavy agency media background. I've worked with some amazing creatives from my time at various global networks and would love thoughts on continued.
Any success stories going from pharma to consumer agencies? My plus is that I've only worked on OTC brands and have fully produced TV/campaigns in my book.
In these uncertain times, I’ve been thinking of asking my next agency to give me contract (so they have to pay me out if they decide to lay me off). Have you guys ever heard of anyone doing that?
My CD rewrites every single one of my writeups, even if they like the idea. I don’t think my writeups are bad...they link back to the idea, they’re succinct. I’m at a loss as to why or what to do
Anyone on the hunt for a senior creative team? We’re particularly strong at branding and digital, although our books have a good variety of other work.
Ideas? My agency is trying to come up with a “checkout system” for camera gear in the office. We thought of adding the camera as it’s own calendar to Google but that would require adding a user and $