ad: Annual 2024 Now Open For Entries!

Displaying 1 - 36 of 1613 results

*

Workshop

You Little Jerk – Creating Culture with Larry Hubatka

Today's video is all about the culture within an advertising agency, what it is and how we can effect it. To help me cover the topic, we're going to get a little help from the book "You Little Jerk" by Larry Habatka. It's a great, quick read filled...

Posted by: Kevin Forister
*

Workshop

Building Culture: 8 things to look out for

Barely a day goes by without the word 'culture' featuring heavily in my conversations. It’s become a sort of catch-all phrase and having a ‘great’ one is something lots of agencies can be fiercely proud and protective of - and rightly so. It's...

Posted by: Character Creative
*

Inspiration

Burnout, Anxiety & Mental Health for Creatives

When we enjoy our work, and it's a part of who we are, it's harder to be mindful of sneaky burnout gremlins. So how can we make sure we look after our mental health when our creative minds never take a break? Creativity isn’t just a job we...

Posted by: We Are Tilt
*

Features

The Frankie Quiroz Formula of 5 C's: Building a Thriving Clothing Brand

Have you ever stumbled upon a piece of advice or a strategy that just clicked with you and made perfect sense? That's exactly what happened to me when I watched a video where Frankie Quiroz was interviewed about building a successful clothing brand....

Posted by: Peter Stylianou
*

Leaders

72andSunny’s creative residency 72U comes to Amsterdam

72andSunny is excited to announce the opening of applications to the first European session of 72U. The 3-month creative residency will be based in the company’s Amsterdam office. Participants of the 2016 Amsterdam session will work on three...

Posted by: 72andSunny Amsterdam
*

Leaders

Berlin Dispatch: transmediale 2016

With technology advancing in new and diverse directions year on year, it can be difficult to take time to consider the wider implications of its growth on our civilisation. Lucky then, that for the last 29 years, Berlin’s transmediale festival...

Posted by: Kate Lewin
*

Leaders

To hug or not to hug? The 'right' way to greet colleagues and clients

Who'd have thought that greeting people would become such a 21st century problem? Of course, the protocols for saying 'hello' and 'goodbye' have varied from culture to culture, country to country, for millennia. Indeed, in France (where they're very...

Posted by: Magnus Shaw
*

Leaders

Foster + Partners exhibition to open in Bangkok

‘Foster + Partners: The Art of Architecture’ will be staged at the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre (BACC) from 4 April to 29 June 2014. The touring exhibition is the first survey of the practice’s work in Thailand and follows...

Posted by: Foster + Partners
*

Inspiration

Building reputations.

I don't know how you feel about old science-fiction b-movies, but I positively love them. Perhaps it's those predictable, repeated tropes that make them so reliably comfortable and comforting. The unconvincing, plastic creature always carries the...

Posted by: Creativepool
*

Workshop

Opinions - Copywriters: Are you Mac or PC?

by John Fountain A few months back I started a new full-time job. Now, I won't get myself into trouble by naming the agency, but it didn't quiet work out the way I would have liked. So after 10 days into the job, I quit. The problem was that this...

Posted by: Creativepool
*

Workshop

Opinions - It's only natural. The American instinct for marketing.

by Magnus Shaw I'm in America. Staying in Kissimmee, Florida and genuinely delighted to see things looking a lot better. Last year I was alarmed at the number of boarded up stores and saddened by the prevalence of regular Americans soliciting money...

Posted by: Creativepool
*

Workshop

Know your value and prepare to negotiate!

by Richard Bloom, Purple Consultancy. The past 18 months or so have seen the creative industries recover from the recent recession at an astonishingly fast pace, at least from our point of view as recruiters it has. It is still very much a...

Posted by: Creativepool
*

Inspiration

Marilyn Stafford - A life in Photography

Marilyn Stafford is a pioneering American photographer and photojournalist, who celebrated her 96th birthday last year. Her career got off to an incredible start when she was asked to take stills of Albert Einstein in 1948 - at a time when...

Posted by: We Are Tilt
*

Features

Global creative calendar: May 2022

Two years ago, this forecast of upcoming events became irrelevant, almost overnight. Since then, we have adapted - and now, rejuvenation is on the rise. Comparatively, we may go less often, stay closer to home, and spend more time phoning it in...

Posted by: The Darnell Works Agency
*

Industry

Last Chance to Enter The 6th Annual Lovie Awards

The Lovie Awards is the only truly pan-European award to honour the full breadth of the Internet including Websites, Online Advertising, Internet Video, Mobile and Apps and Social. The Extended Entry Deadline is 29 July 2016 at lovieawards.eu....

Posted by: The Lovie Awards
*

Leaders

Vans X Disney: Almost 50 Years Of Collaboration

You might not automatically put Disneyland and the Van Doren family together (unless you've seen the recent buzz around the new sneaker season), but the two companies have been linked together since the 1960s. A pair of Vans was the go-to shoe for...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
*

Features

Twist and shout. How a town gained a brand from a happy accident.

To create a brand for a new building is to take on one of the most challenging projects in the industry. Once the brick dust has settled and the scaffolding rolled away, there's a need to create an identity and personality for a new development....

Posted by: Creativepool
*

Features

How to... Work from home effectively

by Ashley Morrison. One of the perks of being a freelancer is the ability to work from home. I love it. No arduous daily commute (and related expenses, obviously), no noisy work colleagues, and seriously good coffee on tap when I want it. But in...

Posted by: Creativepool
*

Inspiration

Trailblazers. Stripping off for Ryan McGinley.

by Jessica Hazel Earlier this week the artist Bat For Lashes announced details of her third album "The Haunted Man" and released this very striking cover art. Bat or Natasha Kahn, as she is also known, was striped of everything including her...

Posted by: Creativepool
*

Leaders

How to cultivate culture and success this #MentalHealthMonth

During the pandemic, the London-based agency Joint created the “Working from Joint Experiment” as the first shot across the bow for what they saw as the evolving landscape of the post pandemic world. As an agency that’s always held...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
*

Features

The 5 Worst Pop Culture Trends of the 21st Century #HistoryMonth

Pop culture is a funny thing and it’s something that we, as creatives, must unfortunately remain perpetually cognisant of. How else are we meant to tap into the zeitgeist and get that constantly distracted and highly coveted Gen Z market to sit...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
*

Inspiration

Putting the POP in pop culture with Hannah Gillingham | #MemberSpotlight

Hannah Gillingham is a UK based freelance digital illustrator and artist. Working with a conceptual approach to illustration, she creates painterly illustrations of her favourite characters from pop culture and design illustrated posters, exploring...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
*

Features

Top 5 pop culture campaign misfires of the 21st century | #MediaMonth

Pop culture and advertising have been walking hand-in-hand with varying degrees of success since ethe 1950s. In the latter half of the 20th century we saw brand and pop culture partnerships like Pepsi and Michael Jackson and Nestle and The Simpsons...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
*

Inspiration

Why a very self-aware Gen Z is rejecting hustle culture

Speaking as someone that didn’t even realise they were a millennial until it was already too late (I’d already got heavily into the craft beer scene of my own volition), I honestly can’t say that I spared much thought for the...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
*

Leaders

What brands can learn from the LGBTQIA+ culture

The future is inclusive. Anyone denying that is either a bigot or something else that rhymes with the word. Every year we see brands from everywhere in the industry embrace the Pride rainbow in more or less cheesy ways - but there is still so much...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
*

Leaders

How brands can survive in the age of cancel culture

Among the many fascinating terms originating from Gen Z and millennials, Cancel Culture is certainly an interesting one. It connects brands and influencers with the direct consequences of their actions, paving the way for an age of brand reputation...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
*

Leaders

Learning start-up culture with the Global CCO of BrandOpus

Unconventional, yet remarkably intuitive. This is the philosophy guiding each and every creative strategy, thought and move for BrandOpus, born as a start-up and now boasting offices in London, Melbourne, Chicago and New York. Like many great...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
*

Features

Company Culture is more than words, perks and drinks

The Jefferson Talent Group have teamed up with Fiona Wilson to look at health and happiness in the marketing industry, running a series of workshops to discuss mental health and wellbeing. Alongside these workshops, we’ll explore the good, bad...

Posted by:
*

Leaders

The unique creative culture of Royal Tunbridge Wells

As the agency prepares to turn 50 next year, Southpaw's MD Tom Poynter highlights the creative culture of one of England's best-loved spa towns. Situated in the heart of ‘The Garden of England’, this spa town takes its name from the...

Posted by: Southpaw

Back to Magazine

ad: Annual 2024 Now Open For Entries!