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This well-respected, integrated Advertising and Design agency is looking for an up-and-coming star to help drive the agency into the future.
You may have hit the limit of career advancement in your current role, but would still love to stay in the advertising/design agency industry. Your current role could be a ‘suiting” and/or strategic planning role where you have demonstrated your ability to build amazing relationships with your clients that have translated into a continued revenue stream.
You have the passion, drive and proven skills as a business innovator, together with being known for your amazing charisma and leadership skills. Your proven track record in new business development is essential to this role, together with your drive and passion for doing great creative work for your clients.
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This Sydney integrated design and advertising agency, which has offices in several countries, has won a number of advertising and design awards. They have a great team culture of talented and passionate people. With a focus on creative excellence, balanced by good commercial returns, this is a fun, vibrant environment.
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Maybe pitches are a concentrated example of how inefficient agencies have become? So many influences and opinions involved a whole lot of resource goes up in smoke on a project that could have been done more simply with fewer more ...
After my experience with the Trust as a beneficiary, my conclusion is they only survive because of dead people's money They are so inefficient they can't add two and two together I have spent this last few weeks sorting out ...
Right, so is the plan to stay pitching a single director/film co. on client jobs too? Or shall we just agree to pay them a fair fee to quoting the work? Agencies are reaping what they've sown. Please! This is ...
Sounds good. Though, with a reduction in the average number of agencies per pitch, I hope there are some provisions encouraging testing out smaller or new agencies as well. Look forward to reading.
Perhaps Agencies could employ these same best practice parameters when pitching Directors against each other?
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