Thought I would do a quick round up of stuff going on in OME towers
- new client projects this month include work for Jigsaw, Bristol Airport, McDonalds, Holmes Noble, Aeroprofessional
- setting up a new partnership with Recruitics to give our clients the option of efficient traffic driving from aggregators
- Launching Dyson's brand new apprentice/grad campaign (now for their new automotive vehicle project next!)
- have 2 massive top secret campaigns we are about to launch but can't quite talk about yet!
- we said goodbye to Tom Fox after 3 years of OME service and currently in midst of recruiting for his successor/s
- New OME website - a rather classy refurb and enhancement is launching next month (Thanks Alexsia Louca who has run it brilliantly)
better put the shoulder back to the wheel.....work harder everyone (is that good management?)
Monday, 9 October 2017
In many ways - it's been the weirdest year of OME's existence - we have had such a flood of quite negative stories about the UK economy and potential slow down and yet....we have literally never had so many interesting, new, big demand campaigns to run and manage. so why is that the case?
The easy bit is that
1.We in the industry cannot afford to wistfully think about the longer term macro economics - we need to help fill roles, retain staff, improve the reputation of our companies right here, right now.
2. We aren't about to go into the next meeting of a large retailer and query their expansion to build 20 new stores next year. Well, certainly not until we have had a couple of beers later. Generally that business decision is in a room far, far away from their recruitment ad agency and indeed our client contacts.
The difficult bit can best be summarised
1. Where economics is concerned nobody really knows anything.
2. So, if Nobel Prize winning economists don't have a clue what's going to happen (and their predictions record is truly woeful historically) then how on earth are the rest of us supposed to know what GDP is going to do next year!
In summary - let's all keep doing what we do as brilliantly as we can - and when/if the ecomony goes off the Brexit cliff - lets worry about it then.