Native English-speaking writer thinking about moving to Germany. I’m a B2 German speaker, but should probably stick to writing in English. Is there a maket for my type?
What agencies are good for/ open to non-German speakers? Really interested in moving to Berlin but don't speak German :/
Has anyone switched from agency to brand side in Germany ? What’s it like? What options do art directors in Germany have if they do not want to work in an ad agency anymore?
Is it normal that being in the same position I get paid less than my partner? Even if I brought her into the agency? She has more experience but imo we’re both in the same creative/thinking level.
Anybody wanna grab a drink in Berlin sometime? Relatively new here and kinda miss having industry acquaintances beyond my immediate teams.
Can anyone recommend a creative agency in Munich? How is Thjnk doing? How is it at the different Serviceplan Campaign agencies?
People at Heimat...I would be curious to know how things are since the founders “retired”. The work and the website look like there’s a new direction for the agency. Also, lots of gold ideas. WDYT?
What resources do you guys use when researching past work/cases in Germany? Is there anything similar to Warc or Thinkbox here?
is it just me or is Horizont a sensationalist rag? "So clever wirbt Netflix am Frankfurter Flughafen" and shows a bad casefilm for a mediocre stunt. No offense Heimat, its just one of many examples
Looks like we've grown a little bit! Any midweek casual chat? I'm heading up north for a two day assignment. Looking forward to constant wind and rain!
Hallo Deutschland, anything of interest going on in your office today? Working with US clients and explaining Easter holidays was fun.
So what’s the deal with R/GA Berlin? I see that they’re hiring. But what do they do exactly? Have seen no work from them since they opened a couple of years ago...
"But why can't X company in Germany do Y thing like every other country location does?" "Because Germany." Discuss.
I see someone(s) here from antoni: I worked with them once, felt bad for the team. What's it like in person?