Being a boss isn’t easy.That lofty job title comes with long hours, thankless tasks and difficult decisions.
Competitive salaries, clever benefits, and a full client roster may help to draw in talent but doing work that makes a difference will help to keep that talent engaged.
These are turbulent times all around – including in our business. The agency world is in constant flux, with opinions and trends changing as often as the weather.
Football season is upon us once again. This time of year always held a special meaning for me and my four brothers as we were growing up.
From an advertising perspective, this is the world’s greatest opportunity. An enormous, high-impact, moveable audience wanting to absorb, engage, and get involved.
It all began with family. My mission to help people live healthier, more convenient lives was borne out of my father’s health issues.
The first live video streaming platform, Justin.TV, launched in 2007, and its sole channel was dedicated to founder Justin Kan broadcasting a 24/7 feed of his life via a webcam attached to his head.
For the last couple of years, marketing agencies have been popular Merger & Acquisitions targets.
It wasn’t until I moved to Los Angeles from NYC that I realized how much I depend on my in-car voice assistant. Driving (crawling!) for 1.5 hours a day will do that to you.
Instead of treating these small moments as inconveniences, you can see them as opportunities to forge a connection with a new person and get them on your team.