I'm looking for mission statements from 90's advertising agencies. Specifically, super "edgy" ad agencies that targeted the Gen-X demographic. The more over the top and "extreme" the better. Worst-case scenario, I'd love to know where to start looking for them myself.
Help this advertising agency newb to survive and prosper. [more inside]
Recently I've been looking for a new job. I think I want to work at an interactive agency, but I can't really finding any listings, and I feel like I'm missing something. Can you help point me in the right direction for finding tech jobs that are at places other than pure IT companies? [more inside]
Is a secretarial or clerical job in a marketing agency a reletively low stress 9-5 job? [more inside]
TheGlitz&GlamourOfHollywoodFILTER: I’m part of a small start-up that films celebrity interviews and slaps sponsor’s logos on them. Well, in theory, anyway. Up till now, we haven’t had any sponsors. Now we’ve finally gotten our foot wedged into an advertiser’s door, but we don’t know how much to charge! [more inside]
I would like to find an internship for next summer at an ad agency in eastern Ontario or somewhere reasonably close by in the US (think NYC, Chicago, etc). Unfortunately, my school doesn't engage in a lot of recruiting partnerships with ad agencies. Is there some type of industry insider directory I could consult for a list of potential ad agencies to call up about information interviews and such? [more inside]
How can a young creative break into the world of advertising? What does it take to live in Chicago and go to Chicago Portfolio School? [more inside]
What are the sales (and other) tax implications of moving an advertising agency / creative services company from Delaware to Pennsylvania? [more inside]
I've been working six months now at a small ad agency in a medium sized city (70,000). I come from big agency experience. I'm an art director. We have 8 people total, all great people to work with. I like the change from big city to smaller city. There are a lot of plus-es to it. Just recently, we landed a big account. They're looking for a redesign of their brand and ad campaign with internet, non-traditional, advanced website... the works. Whereas most of our job lists for clients number in the few, this one starts with well more than a dozen with several of them as very big projects and with very tight deadlines (in the next six weeks). Skipping to the question, I've been asked by the creative director to step back and stop treading on toes via email. More inside... [more inside]
My wife was contacted by an ad agency asking to use a photo she took and hosts on flickr on their client's website. They offered to credit her with the photo on the site. I've read previously on mefi about photos used for print and posters but not for feature on a website for a corporate client of the agency. Is this standard practice? Should she worry about her rights to the photo? More inside... [more inside]
Is there are a free way to find the ad or PR agency of record for companies? Something like the Red Books, but, you know, free?