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Account Executive

JWT Atlanta, GA

JWT Atlanta is seeking an Account Executive. The Account Executive is responsible… Percipio Media

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    Former Employee - Art Director in Atlanta, GA
    Former Employee - Art Director in Atlanta, GA

    I worked at JWT as a contractor (less than an year)


    You get to work with some great talent on some of the largest brands in the world. Art directors get a fair amount of creative freedom and open communication to AE's all over the country.


    My experience was very compartmentalized. Worked on only one dedicated client. My particular work never broke new ground for me aside from a few forays from print design into copywriting. Although it was national client, my work was only disbursed regionally and mostly thru newspapers. Although the team of writers, designers and producers is brought together from time to as a think tank, there is no real "building upon ideas." Team members seemed to value their ideas as there own and there is no collaboration. Management was a joke (in my dept.). I was brought on as a temp-perm after 3 months. It came and went, as did another 3 months. Then I was asked to remain on contract indefinitely. I quit.

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    Invest in your people. Get the writers together with the designers and get the designers in the edit suites and get them all behind the camera every so often. Value their opinions and their ideas. They are your eyes and ears on your market more often than not.

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