In PwC’s 20th CEO survey, nearly 1,400 business leaders from 79 countries share their views on how globalization and technology have impacted growth, talent, trust and society.
View a quick and exciting synopsis of Transformation 2016.
Agencies: Are you interested in participating in the 4A’s Multicultural Advertising Intern Program? The deadline for signing up is January 20th.
This confidential study compares the overall compensation of the highest-paid individuals in 94 4A’s member agencies with annual gross income up to $75 million.
Globality’s Porter Gale participated in the West Region New Business Committee meeting on November 17, at Eleven in San Francisco, to share observations on the agency search process and provide committee members with information related to Globality’s web-based agency search platform (www.globality.com/).
In this webinar, Agency Spotter CEO and Co-Founder Brian Regienczuk shares findings and key learning from Agency Spotter’s Agency Search Trends Report. The presentation was originally delivered at the Q4 meeting of the 4A’s New Business Committee.
LinkedIn and the 4A’s have released exclusive data around engaging and retaining strategy professionals, including that 28 percent of respondents do not see themselves working at their current agency in the next year.
She Runs It examines the career journeys of women in marketing and media industries.
Reimagining media as distribution channels continue to evolve
Ken Wheaton, Managing Editor, Ad Age moderated the “Saturday Morning” panel on day 2 of Talent@2030 2016. Panelists included Keith Cartwright, Executive Creative Director, BSSP, Geoff Edwards, Creative Executive, Creative Arts Agency, Jayanta Jenkins, Global Group Creative Director, Twitter, and Jimmy Smith, Founder and CCO, Amusement Park Entertainment.
Heidi Hackemar, Founder, Wolf & Wilhelmine moderated the “Setting The Right Course For The Future” panel on Day 2 of Talent@2030 2016. Panelists included Cindy Gallop, Entrepreneur & Renown Advertising Consultant and Jack Myers, Media Ecologist and Author.
The 4A’s and research partner SSRS have revealed findings from a recent study examining consumers’ perceptions of how women are portrayed in ads. The vast majority of total respondents, 76 percent, have seen advertising they deem “offensive” to women.