Working in an agency is great fun and has many advantages to it. So if you are wondering what it is like to work in an agency, take a look here.
Agencies create a friendly atmosphere and environment. These environments help you build strong relationships. And as you are working closely with everyone, it allows you to build on these relationships. Usually this becomes friendships outside the office. Here at Wriggle Marketing, we often do fun things outside the agency doors. Whether it be rock climbing, socialising on Osborne Road or going bowling!
Opportunities to network
Creative agencies allow you to work with a variety of people from different professions. Helping you to build your network. You can connect with other agencies, clients and suppliers as part of your job, building good relationships.
Great learning opportunity
Being in a small agency, it will allow you to learn and grow. There are constant ideas and thoughts thrown around the office, which will allow you to voice your opinion and learn from other ideas. This will not only help you learn other thoughts and sides to problems but also grow as a person within the office.
Depending on the agency and your job, usually agencies are more casual with their dress code. This is not the employees being lazy, but it allows them to be more create, resulting in a more unique product for the client.
Focus on what you love
If you are a freelancer, then you have to focus on 2 aspects, the job you are employed to do, but also marketing yourself. Yet with an agency, the ‘marketing yourself’ is out of the picture, and you can focus on the job – which is ultimately what you love!
Working with different clients
In an agency, you will be working with a variety of clients, this will help build your knowledge about a number of industries and aspects to your work. You will develop a range of skills, gain a variety of insights, allowing you to build a diverse portfolio.
Wriggle Marketing is a fun marketing agency; we love to work with a variety of clients from different industries. Click here to read more about us.