Digital Trends 2017

Marketing & Communications

A snapshot of the Top 5 Digital Trends to watch for in 2017

4A’s 2016 Year In Review (Page Two)

The 4A’s 2016 Year In Review provides an overview of key 4A’s activities last year,

4A’s 2016 Year In Review

The 4A’s 2016 Year In Review provides an overview of key 4A’s activities last year.

Video: Highlights of Transformation 2016

View a quick and exciting synopsis of Transformation 2016.

Boston Agency Turns Its Website Over to 20 Non-Profits

Marketing & Communications

To mark its 20th year in business, CTP in Boston, has turned its website and entire digital presence over to 20 non-profits for the remainder of 2016.

Woke, Lit & Ready: A Guide to Understanding Black Twitter

Marketing & Communications

On December 2, God-is Rivera, Associate Director Social Media at VML, was a guest speaker of the 4A’s fourth quarter Social Media Committee meeting. In her presentation, “Woke, Lit & Ready: A Guide to Understanding Black Twitter,” she discussed the importance of the cultural identity on the social media network.

In Case You Missed It – November 2016

Marketing & Communications

In case you missed it in November, Transparency update, DOL Overtime Page, “See It & Be It” Drew Schwartz of Terri & Sandy & more.

New Data on Gender Issues Revealed & Nancy Hill Award Announced

Marketing & Communications

New data revealed about female creatives at 3% Conference. Creation of “The Nancy Hill Award” also announced.

San Francisco Creative Shop Duncan Channon Rebrands and Reorganizes Leadership to Fuel Growth

Marketing & Communications

Award-winning integrated advertising agency unveils new look along with a NSFW guide to trolling its new logo

In Case You Missed It – October 2016

Marketing & Communications

In case you missed it in October, the Partner Awards seeking entries, Jay Chiat Awards winners announced, “See It & Be It”: Crosby Marketing’s Tammy Campbell-Ebaugh & more.

Q&A with Wesley ter Haar, Founder of MediaMonks

Marketing & Communications

Why “Design Thinking” is the basis of everything brand communicators do.