It’s time we talk about our exes. No, not your high school sweetheart or that one your mom never liked. We’re talking about familiar terms like UX, CX, and the more recent one to hit the scene: DX.
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Giving Back with Women Veterans Interactive
As an agency, supporting your surrounding community is crucial - especially during difficult times. Learn how Yes& gave back to their network with Women Veterans Interactive, a non-profit in need of virtual event production support.
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Learnings from a Virtual Internship
Imagine this - it is the summer of 2020. Would you consider saying “Yes” to an internship opportunity that would give you the opportunity to work with creative and strategic advertising subject matter experts… but as a remote, online internship, where all your interactions are via webcam?
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Yes& Makes the Inc. 5000 List for the Third Consecutive Year
NEW YORK, August 12, 2020 – Inc. magazine today revealed that Yes& is No. 3449 on its annual Inc. 5000 list, the most prestigious ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. The Alexandria-based marketing agency grew 108% over the previous year.
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Employees Embrace Activism Hours for Greater Good
Balancing social activism with unrelated full-time work has always been challenging. Rallies don’t only occur after business hours and commentary must come within hours of an event, not days. Those driven to make the world a better place make hard choices about working in activism around work hours, not to mention the worry that it may have a negative impact if the boss is unsupportive.
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What is Your COVID-19 Brand Story?
The question might be gauche, were it not for the fact that all of us have a coronavirus story, just as those who remember 9/11, Pearl Harbor, and the Great Depression have stories about living through those historical events. Our audiences gain insights, and form opinions, by what we choose to show and tell. Years from now, our collective stories will likely include stay-at-home orders, face masks, and toilet paper shortages, and perhaps the background noise of partisan divisiveness and the angst of economic recession. Individually, we’ll expose how these times shaped us, challenged us to do things differently, and hopefully compelled us to do better.
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