Are the roles at firms like Interbrand and Lippincot analogous to Big 4? I.e. is a director at KPMG or Senior Manager at EY a director/SM at Interbrand? Looking to apply and would appreciate insight.
Any Strategists on here work somewhere like Wolff Olins, Interbrand, Lippincott, Siegel+Gale, Landor, etc.? How do you like it? How is it different from strategy roles at traditional agencies? Thanks!
I’m a strategist interested in branding shops like interbrand. But I hear they aren’t doing well these days since everyone claims to be a brand consultant. Also I’m curious about the work
Anyone make the move from agency to brand strategy/design consultancy (Wolff Olins, Lippincott, Interbrand, etc.)? How do you like it on the other side?
Thoughts on the best small brand agencies out there that do identity and naming? Theres the big shops like Futurebrand, Interbrand and s+g but what about small upstarts doing progressive work?