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  1. 7.11.21

    Adweek

    Adweek’s Women Trailblazers: 35 Inspirational Leaders Improving the Future for Us All

    Adweek’s 2021 Women Trailblazers honors 35 women determined to build a better future. Our very own co-founder and CSO Carla Guy joins the list of honorees (alongside Kamala Harris, Tracee Ellis Ross, and others) for being a champion of more inclusive and empathetic ways of working.

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  2. 6.29.21

    Ad Age

    Inside the Race for Brands’ TikTok Ad Dollars

    Marketers are leaning heavily on TikTok to engage with Gen Zers. Jessica Neville Tinetti recently spoke with Ad Age about how agencies are building out their TikTok muscle with new hires, many of whom are creators themselves with mass followings on the platform.

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  3. 6.28.21

    Digiday

    ‘They’ll demand it moving forward’: Bosses frown on remote work post-pandemic at their own peril

    As companies set up long-term hybrid work arrangements with employees, some are taking a hard line when it comes to flexible work routines. Christofer Peterson talks about our people-first culture, embracing employee feedback, and looking forward to a hybrid work model.

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  4. 6.21.21

    CNN - Quest's World of Wonder

    Atlanta episode

    As Richard Quest explores our planet one destination at a time, this episode highlights summer in Atlanta, following the people, the warmth, and the hospitality of this quintessential southern American city, complete with time-honored traditions and tastes. Brandon Butler chats with Richard at Cascade, playing a big role in making the iconic skating rink an illuminating experience for Richard. (start watching at 16:05)

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  5. 6.17.21

    MediaPost

    How Agencies Are Commemorating Juneteenth

    Dagger produced a pro bono video for The A Pledge, asking Atlanta agencies to make agency diversity a priority.

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  6. 6.17.21

    Ad Age

    Here’s What Agencies Have Planned for Juneteenth

    Dagger debuts a short film that aims to exemplify why we chose to observe Juneteenth as a company holiday, and shed light on the big work to be done in our own backyard. Born from an open call for interview participants from advertising and marketing agencies all over Atlanta, ultimately the short film aims to spur and inspire conversation and motivation, and implores Atlanta agencies to take The A Pledge.

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