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30+ days ago

Strategy Director

AKQA San Francisco, CA

Strategic Directors see the world in a unique light, and shape how the world sees and interacts with great brands. Their insights sow the seeds for… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

Media Supervisor

AKQA San Francisco, CA

Media Supervisors are responsible for planning, implementation and tracking of media campaigns. They are primary client contacts and set the… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

Associate Analytics Director

AKQA San Francisco, CA

Analytics Directors have a passion for data and the positive impact it can have on ideas and solutions we develop for clients. You will understand… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

Technical Delivery Manager

AKQA San Francisco, CA

You will love working in a team of highly skilled people, all with strong opinions about various technologies, frameworks and approaches to delivery… Ivy Exec

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in San Francisco, CA

    I worked at AKQA full-time


    Great clients with huge potential, smart and driven people.


    Since being acquired by WPP, and moving to their new building, the magic of the place just went away. New senior management stepped in and the insanity began. The Creative department is ruled through fear and insults. PM too junior and ineffective. Client service holds true to 'yes men' stereotypes. Tech never given enough project budget and trust to be effective.

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    The strategy of loading London people at the top is not working. SF needs leadership that understands how to run a profitable business, not just jump at every shiny trinket that crosses their path. I remember when the cons listed above were rare exceptions. It was a great place to work back then.

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