Over the last few months I’ve been investing a lot of time into searching out, delving deep and chatting to a whole host of marketing agencies from Bristol, Exeter and beyond.
As you may or may not know, I’ve been looking at the prospect of re-entering the world of full time employment.
Going through what agencies are out there has been a lot of fun and has got me thinking about a whole host of different angles, issues and questions. So the time has come for the grand write up. This certainly isn’t going to be an exposé into agencies that I’ve come across but rather a series of opinion pieces which cover different aspects of what is involved if you’re looking to work in an agency environment.
Just click the links to read each one:
- First and foremost: For the graduates out there, can you get into the marketing industry without a marketing degree?
- What I’m looking for in an agency.
- Modern marketing but antiquated interviews.
- And lastly, is it better to be a specialist or a generalist?
I'm really interested in what people think about these issues, so please feel free to add a comment, or drop me a line with your thoughts.
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