So is Edelman still in turmoil? Is Singapore, London and New York in a better place now? What’s the score for Judy John? Is Richard back from his wedding reception? So many questions, we need answers!
Now that Edelman is in turmoil, it is up to you (yes you Weber) to overtake them as the champion of PR. Do you have what it takes?
I dislike Edelman and badly want an in-house role. 1.5 yrs applying & no luck so far (I’ve been told 3x I was 2nd choice). Now I’m in a late stage interview with Weber Shandwick. I’d be a boomerang...
I recently left Edelman. The 180º turn my life has taken for the better is damn near euphoric. To think, I felt so guilty that I almost passed on the job offer. Stockholm syndrome there is real, y'all
seriously what the f is happening at Edelman and making everyone leave? are they replacing at similar rate?
Does anyone know which Toronto agencies have dog-friendly offices? ie. Ogilvy, BBDO, Leo Burnett, Edelman, FCB. Hoping to get a dog but also want to make a move to another agency in the next year.
First Ogilvy... now Edelman... so how is Weber Shandwick staying out of headlines re: controversial clients?
At Edelman and thinking of making a move to BCW (new Burson / Cohn and Wolfe venture) but havent heard much the new joint agency. Would love intel on what it’s like there at the senior level.
Edelman has a new “like a girl” CCO and is now committed to creative. What do you guys think: Will the work get more interesting with the focus on earned vs paid?
Who is the most creative? FleishmanHillard? Weber Shandwick? Edelman? Golin? Hill+Knowlton? Burson-Marsteller? Ogilvy? BlueFocus? Ketchum? MSL? How do they fair against creative agencies?
What’s the word on Golin in LA? Fun? Good culture? Clients? And anyone understand their title system? Seems confusing with AS and group AS. How does it compare to an Edelman type structure?