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...
Any creatives here start their career in traditional ad agencies and then move over to a PR/marketing shop, (e.g. Weber Shandwick or Edelman)? How do you feel about the move in hindsight?
Anyone with insight on Weber Shandwick NYC? Curious what the culture is like/how folks feel there?
First Ogilvy... now Edelman... so how is Weber Shandwick staying out of headlines re: controversial clients?
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?
Any insights into Global Minds, part of Weber Shandwick? or about the Weber Shandwick Employee Engagement & Change Management practice? Recruiter reached out about VP role; not sure what to expect.
Fish - anyone heard about Weber Shandwick? Recruiter reached out for a business strategy analyst position in NYC. Would like to know the pay scale and culture.
Looking for a Jr. Copywriter at Weber Shandwick DC. If you’re interested email me at firstname.lastname@example.org