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Account managers are crucial to maintaining an efficient and successful marketing firm, but even the best accounts people often go unrecognized because their work isn’t all glitz and glam. This week, we sat down with Pivot's three account managers. See how they keep our clients happy and our team on track.
This year, Pivot’s best holiday gift has been our two new team members: studio manager Carrie Karl and account manager Sabreena Sorrell. They’ve only been in the office two weeks, and we already adore them. We’re pretty sure you will, too. We thought we’d introduce them to you in the best way we know how: a rousing game of Would You Rather?
If you’ve always been sighted, the idea of sudden blindness probably sounds like the end of a normal life. But when gunshot wounds took Ray Montgomery’s sight, he refused to let blindness limit him. Our Emmy-winning spots for Bosma Enterprises tell his story and more.
For John McKenzie, discovering purpose is a little bit like studying a tool in order to find out what it should be used for. It’s a matter of identifying its strengths and weakness, of finding out its common uses and trying out new ones. We talked with John this week about what advice he has for professionals and businesses pursuing purpose and how climbing Mount Kilimanjaro is one way of doing it.
It never fails. At some point during most days here at the office, a conversation about a movie or TV show inevitably pops up. It could start by someone quoting Wayne’s World or making a random Sarah Michelle Gellar reference (that would probably be me), or at least, that’s how it started today.