Oakland creative production company Where the Buffalo Roam (WTBR) is out with a new brand campaign for Glassdoor. “You deserve a job that loves you back” highlights the company’s commitment to radical transparency and how it helps people navigate and grow their best career.
“So many people are re-evaluating their relationship with work now. While our campaign focuses on the story of one mom, it represents a larger truth that many women are living in the aftermath of Covid,” [Read More]
Here's some cool new work coming out of Blizzard’s Hearthstone and Butler, Shine, Stern and Partners (BSSP). It's a new mini-documentary, “The Brain’s Last Stand,” featuring Chess Grandmaster and former World Chess Champion Garry Kasparov.
The Telly Awards, the world’s largest award honoring excellence in video and television across all screens, is celebrating a reinvigorated content creation community and the power of storytelling by kicking off its 43rd annual call for entries.
New categories this year include Workplace Culture, Hybrid Events and Sustainability. In addition, the 43rd Telly Awards features expanded categories reflecting new product[Read More]
In honor of its 20th anniversary, Venables Bell + Partners has announced that it will offer its full-service Agency of Record duties to one deserving San Francisco-based small business for one year for $20. The agency launched a contest to share the word with local, independent small businesses that have been significantly affected by the pandemic and related challenges. A winner will be selected and announced in mid-December.
Friendly's Restaurants, known for something called a "Fribble Milkshake," announced it has selected Erich & Kallman as its new agency of record following a strategic competitive review. Erich & Kallman will handle all creative marketing and media duties.
“Friendly’s started as an ice cream shop more than 80 years ago and ice cream will always be the heart of the brand. It puts a smile on your face,” said David Ellis, who was appointed chief marketing officer at Friendly'[Read More]
John McNeil Studio (JMS) has expanded its leadership team with the addition of Executive Director, Social, Snow Burns and Executive Producer, Lauren Holmes. Burns is a former member of JMS, who returns after a career spent navigating between the worlds of tech and marketing. Holmes has spent her career in the world of film and animation production.
“Having spent time working across the industry, I can say that the chemistry with the team at JMS is really special,” says Burns. “T[Read More]