Unit 7 Reviews

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Loreen Babcock
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    I worked at Unit 7 full-time


    Relaxed atmosphere (dress-code, not "too-corporate"), free bagel Fridays, nice Union Square location, work-life balance - I miss the option of just working remotely on Fridays; also paid expenses like food and cab if you work after hours, and if you live outside the NY area, then they will pay for your car service. Also, I've met the best people here - and still connected to them until now.


    long hours yet salary not to market standards, quite disorganized, and some favoritism.

    Advice to Management

    Should consider bigger clients with more money - but unfortunately, this company has closed.

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Website www.unit7.com
Headquarters New York, NY
Size 6 to 15 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Business Services
Revenue Less than $1 million (USD) per year
Competitors The Wunderman Network, FCB

This outfit is composing new riffs for its clients' brands. Named for a jazz song by Sam Jones, Unit 7 (formerly Lieber, Levett, Koenig, Farese, Babcock, or LLKFB) provides corporate and product branding, relationship advertising, and other marketing services for corporate clients. The firm specializes in providing consulting, research, and creative solutions that incorporate digital technology. Founded in 1996, the agency changed its name from LLKFB in 2005. Unit 7 operates as part of advertising giant Omnicom Group's Diversified Agency Services.

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