Welcome the newest edition to the Ogilvy Labs team: Trixie. She joined us a few days this week during a Bridgette’s dogsitting stint.
20 of Ogilvy’s finest digital thinkers headed to General Assembly yesterday to talk to 5 companies - Piictu, Rent the Runway, Movable Ink, 140 Proof, and Contently. It was the beginning of what we hope to be a long relationship w/ GA and the companies call it their headquarters.
Ogilvy’s Advanced Video Practice had a full house this week to discuss Youtube’s re-design and its impact on clients’ video strategy.
Went to visit our friends at Shapeways today for an office tour and product showcase. Here’s some of the products they had lying around.
To design and print your own 3D stuff, go to shapeways.com
We’re co-hosting Startup University with Ogilvy Youth tomorrow. See what it’s all about below.
In certain circles, you can’t turn around these days without hearing of your friends’ latest startups, of twenty-somethings aiming to be the next Mark Zuckerberg, and of the latest 30 Under 30 lists. For the majority of Gen Y, roughly defined as those born between 1980-1995, “making it” means…
The Ogilvy Labs Startup Fair was a huge success yesterday. We had a great turnout with people throughout the agency coming to talk with some amazing NYC startups - Adaptly, Thrillist, Shelby.tv, Crowdtwist, Solve Media, Local Response, and GetGlue. We can’t thank the startups enough for coming out - and Thrillist for providing some incredible cocktails.
Also, much thanks to Jonah Peretti, Founder of Buzzfeed and Co-founder of Huffington Post, for delivering our keynote about how brands can utilize startups for breakthrough advertising.
Lastly, big shout-out to Dee Charlemagne, our resident Turntable.fm DJ, for bringing the noise for yesterday’s event.