The agency business in being pounded by a sea of rough and tumble changes today. Agencies are struggling to get lean and nimble, and MBA-toting bean counters are key to this reformulation. Unpopular though they may be, agency CFOs are nevertheless in high demand, says Jay Haines, CEO of global executive-search firm Grace Blue. One […]
Fast Company interviewed Dany Lennon, president, of the Creative Register Inc. for their October issue. Lennon is a high profile recruiter who has recently placed Paul Silburn, executive creative director, Fallon North America; Dan Morales, creative director, TAXI NY; and Kevin Roddy, executive creative director, BBH. Creatives managing creatives sounds like a nightmare. What kind […]
Our friends at Talent Zoo have launched a recruitment blog, Hiring Revolution, written by TZ Vice Presidents Amy Hoover and Ragan Jones. Andrea Rizk, the resident PR expert at Talent Zoo, has launched Chasing The Press, a PR industry blog. And word is, this new ad blog is a Talent Zoo property.
Our good friends and sponsors at Talent Zoo have relaunched their web site with a new look and feel. Talent Zoo offers services for both jobseekers and employers in the advertising and marketing industries. Plus, there’s all sorts of original content (some of which I write), ad industry guest columns, a salary monitor and career […]
Cleveland copywriter, Danny G., is at it again in his latest piece for Talent Zoo. He offers the industry new terms for 2005, once more providing valuable direction served with scathing satire. My favorite two follow. Creative Diaper
Talent Zoo, the high-profile Atlanta-based headhunting firm, is starting to add more content to its web pages, aside from the job postings one might expect. They’re currently featuring an interesting article on women in advertising rising to power at long last by Deborah Geering. Here’s an excerpt: “Women are just better at multi-tasking; that’s just […]