considering offers from anomaly and droga5...any advice? I hear droga5 is where to be to do creative work and win awards but is very political. anomaly sounds cool but I can't really tell... thanks
https://www.gofundme.com/y9d7ee-freedroga So fishes: do we really feel sorry for Droga, or should we pity the workers instead who were sold down the river??? (And bravo to Terri and Sandy)!
Well all I hear all day long at school is how great Droga is at this or how wonderful Droga did that, Droga, Droga, Droga!"
With the Droga news, ELI5 the growing role of consultancies in advertising and what it means for agencies/the future of the industry. For others, totally not me who definitely gets it.
fine Droga gets agency of the decade. Safe pick. But it SHOULD have went to Barton. Little Caesars, Ragu, Clash of Clans, Emerald Nuts, Tomcat... their work was inimitable. And itd be a poetic choice
Due to the fact that I've never sold an agency to any big firm, I have to ask. What exactly could happen now That droga has been bought. As a newbie, my brain says that not much. Cont...
"After acquiring Droga5 earlier this year, Accenture has decided it no longer requires outside assistance on advertising its own brand" https://www.adweek.com/creativity/accenture-takes-creative-in-house-droga5/
Between client side and agencies under consultancies (i.e. Heat, Droga5, etc.), which do you think will offer longer term stability and opportunities for career growth?
thoughts on heat making a stunt video out of giving donuts to droga5 for getting acquired? it’s a nice gesture but also seems kinda desperate.... https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6521096063384985600
The GE Profile Star Wars reminds me of something reallll similar... oh yeah the iconic VW The Force Droga Super Bowl spot! How does this stuff happen? How do creatives get away with it and clients?
So droga was shortlisted for a titanium lion based on a campaign that includes work done by a handful of other agencies and brands (some better than others). (Cont...)
If you started your ad career at a small, pretty unknown agency, is it impossible to switch to a big agency (Grey, FCB, DDB, Digitas, Droga, etc)? Been at small for 3+ years and can’t seem to get out
How are Droga people feeling about today's news? Happy? Excited? Scared? This is big news, would love to know what you're thinking.
SAG- starting Jan 1, SAG will NOT allow third party signatories to work with non union agencies. What will shops like Droga, RGA, Anomaly,etc. do? This is a huge move on SAGs part- forcing agencies...