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  1. 3.4.19

    AdWeek

    Boys & Girls Clubs of America Appoints Dagger as Creative Agency of Record

    BGCA turns to Dagger for fresh creative perspective in advancing its mission, reaching new audiences, and building a brand campaign showcasing the organization’s positive impact on communities and youth across the country.

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  2. 2.5.19

    Adweek

    Al Patton Joins Dagger As Chief Creative Officer

    Industry veteran to lead creative charge in pushing Dagger work to all new levels. “It didn’t take long for Dagger and Al to agree on what’s possible in Atlanta: a world-class agency driven by the recent influx of talent and brands,” said Dagger chief executive officer, Mike Popowski.

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  3. 2.3.19

    The Drum

    Brand and Agency Experts Rate the Super Bowl LII Ads

    Which brands hit (or missed) the mark in this year’s Super Bowl advertising showdown? Editors asked a group of experts — four agency executive and group creative directors and four major brand C-level marketers — to judge the ads that were out (as of 29 January).

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  4. 1.10.19

    MarketingProfs

    Eight Tips to Maximize Your Video Marketing Efforts on Facebook

    As video continues to grow as a storytelling medium, we marketers need to maximize efforts on the platform to get the most out of our video content. Click here for the full article on MarketingProfs.

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  5. 12.21.18

    Atlanta Business Chronicle

    Reimagining The Way We Tell Atlanta’s Story

    In the age of content after the proliferation of social media and mobile devices, Dagger is rethinking what it means to tell stories. And we’re starting in our own backyard. Click here for the full executive profile of Butter.ATL lead, Brandon Butler, in the Atlanta Business Chronicle.

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  6. 12.7.18

    MediaPost

    A Female-Centric Playbook To Becoming An ‘Intrapreneur’

    Look within your organization and find ways to prove your worth to the company and its future. It will require courage, but no woman ever got into a leadership position without taking some risks along the way. Click here to read the full article in Media Post.

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