Why brands should trust the creator economy – a conversation with Zoe Scaman
As technology innovates and new platforms arise, that only means content creation — and curation, will continue to evolve and expand like we’ve never seen before.
Getting a head start on marketing agility starts with niche expertise and flex talent
If there’s anything the global workforce has learned over the past year, it’s to “expect the unexpected.” Even more so in the advertising, media and marketing industries, there has been a natural call for the need to be adaptable, creative and innovative.
Five Questions to Ask Yourself When Contemplating Quitting Your Job
I still remember it like yesterday: I was offered an ad sales position for a TV company a couple months after graduating college. After thinking, “I don’t know what the hell this really entails,” I accepted the job offer anyway. Like most students fresh out of school, I figured I’d try something new to get me through the door into the advertising world. Maybe after a year or so I’d be onto my next adventure.
The crosshairs of today’s public education system: Remote learning and systemic racism
On March 12th, I officially began working from home, as did many Americans. The following day, Breonna Taylor, a 26-year old Black woman, was shot and killed while she slept when Louisville police ransacked and fired through her home. The week after, my teenage brother started remote learning when New York City public schools closed. While Breonna Taylor’s murder made local news, the rest of the nation carried on as the primary focus at the time was this new, remote learning. One county and city at a time, public schools shut down as the United States joined a national quarantine.