These 2 Creatives Quit Agency Jobs to Start Their Own—With No Office and No Set Location

Twentyfive & Thirty moves from city to city

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You've probably heard stories about creatives quitting their jobs to travel the world and look for adventure and creative opportunities in unexpected places. So, Alexandra Rønde Thielke and Rasmus Veggerby's story might sound familiar, at least on the surface. The duo did quit their jobs at a major agency because they wanted to travel the world. But what they've done since is something a little different.

Thielke, a strategic account executive, and Veggerby, an art director, wanted to run a nimble agency without an office, without a specific location and without defined daily hours.

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