The creative seeks to “celebrate that KeVita’s products are bubbling with liveliness, just like our fans."
"The e-tail focus can be found even around Super Bowl merchandising, where Omnicom's Integer Group led a promotion for P&G brands on Amazon last week and during the game, not unlike past in-store promotions at the likes of Walmart."
We live at the Intersection of Branding and Selling®. A key member of Omnicom Group Inc., The Integer Group is a global, creative-fueled commerce agency that delivers innovative ways for brands and retailers to connect and engage with shoppers, turning moments of receptivity into moments of conversion. We use cultural insights to inspire creative ideas that build brands and accelerate purchase both in and out of store, moving people from living to looking to buying. The Integer Group has more than 1,100 associates in 26 offices across the globe, including locations in Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, the Middle East, and North and South America.
At Integer, we’re committed to the health, wealth and happiness of our employees both today and tomorrow. That’s why our benefits are comprehensive and competitive.
We believe that our business growth is directly related to unleashing the creativity and potential of our most valuable resource: our PEOPLE. To that end, we invest a large portion of our financial resources in training and development. Programs include the following:
I have been working at Integer Group full-time (More than a year)
Amazing people who create some fantastic work. Work hard, play hard environment.
Training not as organized as I would like it to be
I applied online. The process took 5 days. I interviewed at Integer Group in August 2017.
Was only interviewed through the phone screening. The recruiter called me 30+ minutes late, and gave me a half-hearted apology. I'm actively employed, so it was difficult for me to be able to answer my phone on a whim like this, plus it shows a disregard for my time.
The interview consisted far more of being told information about the company than the recruiter asking me questions about myself and my background. I did not feel that they got a good idea of who I was and what I could bring to the table.
After the phone interview, I did not hear from them again, not even a courtesy email to say I would not be moving forward. To be honest, even if they had asked me to move on I would have declined after the feeling I got from the phone interview. It threw up quite a few red flags for me about how I would be treated as an employee.