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Visit Your Bank Branch? You’ve Got To Be Kidding

Posted by on Jan 29, 2018 in Advertising, Change Agents, Content, Demographics, Retail | 0 comments

Did you know that 68% of people say they’d rather talk about their weight than their money? VC-backed Varo Money, Inc., a mobile banking startup, today debuted “Money Diaries,” a series of videos that looks at the lives and financial issues of the core demographic—ambitious, professional millennials—that Varo is serving. Someone’s ready to talk! Emily […]

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With A Little Help from Made, TaxAct Targets Today’s Workers

Posted by on Jan 27, 2018 in Advertising, Change Agents, Consumer Research, Creative Review, Demographics, Economic Indicators | 0 comments

How are you feeling about tax time this year? Corporations, for the most part, are feeling good about reduced tax burdens, but what about individuals operating a business in today’s gig economy? Boulder-based Made, a marketing agency specializing in brand transformation, partnered with TaxAct to help freelancers and contract workers manage their tax needs and […]

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Dear Bad Men of Advertising, Your Reign Is Over

Posted by on Nov 18, 2017 in Ad People, Advertising, Advocacy, Change Agents, Diversity, Economic Indicators, Industry Analysis, Resistance | 0 comments

Cindy Gallop takes names and zero shit. For the sexual harassers in the ad industry, you best run and hide. For everyone else, here’s compelling documentation about just how degrading it is to be objectified at work, and then asked to objectify women in ads. “The biggest issue facing our industry today is not diversity,” […]

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