What It’s Like Working at a French Agency During the Coronavirus Pandemic

The worst thing for clients (and everyone) to grapple with so far during coronavirus is the uncertainty of everything.

Will the Coronavirus Response Mark a Turning Point for How Agencies View Remote Work?

Will longstanding stigmas against working from home finally fade now that agencies are relying on it to help contain COVID-19?

Why Agencies Should Be Placing Their Bets on Data, Talent and Tech

The rise of mobile, social media and Big Data have left agencies under scrutiny to pivot and address the growing list of expectations and demands from clients.

It’s Time for Marketers to Do Less Thinking to Make Room for More Ideas

All this thinking keeps our minds really busy, but creativity requires space and open minds—less thinking, more being.

New Study Says In-Housing and Consolidation Will Further Impact Agencies in 2020

According to a report by RSW/US, 61% of marketers said they expect in-house work to increase.

Could 2020 Prove to Be the Golden Age for Independent Agencies?

This coming year could be a promising year for agencies to meet previously unmet needs for clients and investing in analytic platforms and talent.

Is This What Happens When Independent Agencies Get Bought Out?

Zulu Alpha Kilo creates a cautionary tale of a lemonade stand going corporate.

3 Agencies That Are Moving Away From the Traditional AOR Model

Expanded content needs and tighter budgets fuel innovation.

Agencies Are Embracing AI and Making It Part of Their Workflow

Artificial intelligence, once a futuristic novelty, is finally becoming a day-to-day utility.

Down but Not Out, Gerry Graf Still Believes ‘Creativity Sells a Ton of Shit’

As his agency, Barton F. Graf, winds down, he still stands behind bold ideas and saying no to clients.