Do you have a place where you're able to lock up your stuff in your classroom? I don't and I'm not sure if I should make a big deal about it.
Recent faves... That telecom spot for Three (hilarious, beautiful) The Bud Light/GOT mash-up (surprising, ruthless) Skittles Musical (yes yes yes) Hennessy Ridley sci-fi (LSD!) You?
As a step early in a career, which would you reco? 1. Stay put at traditional agency and wait for promotion 2. Go another traditional agency 3. Get promotion months earlier but by going to Vayner
POCs in advertising who deserve much, much better: when are you planning on leaving this toxic dumpster fire of an industry, and what’s your exit plan?
NYC 🐠, tell me about your office? Dress code, any perks, best subway stop, anything else I need to know about it?
For me, it was Google, Alexa, Jeep, Pringle’s, NFL / Walmart tie. Very few insights this year. Lots of borrowed interest, and A LOT of ads that shouldn’t have been in the game.
Do we have a Deloitte office in New Hampshire? On D-net it classifies it as a project office instead of a practice office. What does that mean?
Never rented a car before. If you rent for work do you get it for the whole weekend too? Like you could in-lieu in client city and have the car the whole weekend?
Anyone work at Amazon? I’m interested Program Manager III role that is open, it’ll be great to get a referral :)
Maui hotel recs? Thinking combo of 3/4 nights at Hilton and Marriott property each to knock out some credit card incentives before year end
On a scale of 1 to 10 how funny am I asking my teammates if they’re doing anything fun this weekend?
Is taking vacation/PTO going to be super frowned upon as a result of this pandemic? At what point do you think it will be ok to tell bosses that you are taking PTO? Or is this only an issue in my head?
Thoughts on Ansira? Dallas office specifically, but insight into the overall company would be nice