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Account Director

AKQA London, NA +4 locations

As an Account Director at AKQA you will successfully manage multiple suppliers, partners and clients to ensure best outcome for both client and AKQA… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

Technical Manager

AKQA New York, NA

Lead projects to deliver high quality technical solutions and products. Design, development and deployment and maintenance of innovative solutions… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

Art Director

AKQA Berlin, NA +5 locations

As a member of the AKQA Creative department you will influence changes in consumer behaviour through ideas, creativity and the use of interactive… Ivy Exec

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    Great company culture and amazing people, but does not set you up for success

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in New York, NY
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in New York, NY

    I worked at AKQA full-time


    Very talented and smart people, best company culture I have encountered. Can work across different accounts. This is a place where age doesn't matter, you can climb the ladder really quickly if you have the right skills and are in with the political circle. If you are interested in digital experiences, this is the place for learning - it moves fast and the projects can be quite exciting.


    Hours are very long, little work-life balance. This is the type of place where people will judge you if you leave work before 6 pm. Management is awful - if you are the person that seeks mentoring and teaching, forget it. It's very much sink or swim and if you don't know how to do something, you're on your own. Resourcing is disorganized and salaries are unimpressive considering the quality of work.

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    Take more time to mentor and teach your employees. Invest in them if you want them to invest in the quality of work. You cannot expect employees to work so hard for you and strive for your pillars of velocity when you are not making them feel as if you're investing in them, and willing to nurture the necessary skills they need to succeed.

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