Hosted by Dan Balser, Advertising Department Head at The Creative Circus in Atlanta, this is a biweekly conversation about advertising. But it’s not just about the industry; it’s about the people in it.
Episode 336: Lauren Goldsmith, ACD at Thrasio
On finding your professional family, inner workings of e-commerce marketing, and uncovering opportunities in unlikely places
Episode 335: Joe Baratelli, EVP and CCO at RPA
An inside view of a great agency, from a leader's perspective
Episode 334: Dominique Monet, ACD at GSD&M
Advertising as a platform, the value of a good presentation, some real talk, and the power of truth well expressed
Episode 333: Federico Diaz, ACD at The Community
An online, mid-pandemic chat about a cookie vault, Seinfeld, sketch comedy and one copywriter’s process
Episode 332: Yanci Wu, Senior Experience Designer at Autodesk
The power of asking questions, being humble, and acting with intention. The value of going in-house, self-analysis, and knowing what matters to you.
Episode 331: Gavin Lester, CCO at Zambezi
A conversation with an award-winning, bi-cultural agency leader on creating not only great work, but also your own autonomy, your own agency within an agency, and originality within familiarity
Advertising Business Bliss!
Dan and his incredible guests cover all aspects of the advertising business, not only providing insight we wouldn't have otherwise, but also giving creatives the inspiration they need to move forward in their career. The best part is it all comes from truly engaging individuals that know the industry inside and out. Thanks so much for putting out such a spectacular show Dan - keep up the great work!
Hands down my favorite creative advertising podcast. The advice and wisdom given in these shows could be made into a book.
Fails to be Irrelevant
I’ve been listening to this podcast for the past couple months and digging through the archives everyday. I’m headed into my 3rd year of college studying advertising and it’s priceless to hear from people in the industry everyday. Literally, it’s free. Thanks Dan!