Fun work environment filled with motivated and talented individuals.
Account Management Intern (Former Employee), New York, NY – July 22, 2014
Overall a great experience that offered incredible exposure to many different aspects of the advertising industry. I formed great relationships with both my supervisors who treated me with a high level of respect and gave me real responsibilities.
SVP, Associate Director Research & Planning (Former Employee), New York, NY – July 10, 2013
• Early on, working on Wendy’s the first time, I learned the importance of social media (then WOM) and it’s ability to catapult a brand into culture, when Ronald Regan asked, “Mr. Gorbechav, where’s the beef?” Ever since, I’ve remained attuned to finding ways for brands to permeate culture, which is critical in today’s environment. • While working on – more... Tylenol during “the scare,” I also learned the importance of a brand’s ability to establish a meaningful relationship with people. One based on trust, transparency and shared values -- exactly what the realities today’s market demands. – less
Intern (Former Employee), New York, NY – May 28, 2013
Interning at Saatchi & Saatchi was a wonderful experience that showed me the ins and outs of one of the first and most successful advertising/marketing firms. It prepared me with knowledge to apply to new jobs and help me contribute in creative and fresh ways.
Graphic Designer (Former Employee), Belgrade – April 2, 2013
We had an extremely good collaboration between the marketing team and designers. I worked as a graphic designer on many large projects on the high level, including the work for the government and for a few leading corporate companies.
Research Group Head (Former Employee), NY – December 28, 2012
Pros: work with the coolest most creative people!
Cons: must always be pitching new business
When I worked at the agencies we still had market research departments. Today these people are called Account Planners and indeed, their skill set is far greater than what we were required to do. In the 80's the researchers were the non-profit department - Account Planners today practically run the Agency. Very different!
Advertising Agency , eclectic atmosphere , global company
Financial Analyst (Former Employee), New York, NY – July 18, 2012
Pros: monthly town hall meetings and lunches
Had six clients that I handled in terms of invoice coding, billing, and month end reports generated to distribute to Acct Execs. Learned that each client had specific requirements when it came to billing and payment. Mgt worked alongside the co workers to ensure that the day to day procedures were carried out and in a timely manner. Co workers were – more... pleasant and were always willing to help out in time crunching situations. The hardest part of the job was completing the deadlines prior to billing, the most enjoyable part of the job was meeting those deadlines and satisfying the client. – less
Beer on tap, ping pong, video games and darts, pretty much a boys club.
Art Director (Former Employee), NY – March 1, 2012
Pros: free cereal
Cons: late nights
Your kind of shop if you like all of the above. To move up the ladder you have to be in the CCO inner circle ie he must hire and like you. Lots of pitches, long hours but you can drown them all in some light beer I guarantee it.
Art Director (Former Employee), Dubai, DU – January 22, 2014
An integrated professional with a wealth of creative art production and management experience. In most recent years served as a Art Director of advertising media services, building, growing and managing entire studio groups.