Mass-email – New members
Feeling lucky? Poker party
Album launch party
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I’m happy to welcome a new member of staff. Max Junghanns. He will be working part time calling German advertising agencies to promote the collective.
Keep this date free: 14th December. It will be the collective xmas dinner in Amsterdam. The Waag this year.
Mass-emailer - new members
A mass-email went out last week promoting our new members.
All invoices must also include corresponding timesheet entries on them, including date worked. It’s not enough just to put the start and end dates. It’s very confusing otherwise to add up totals.
Only two people came to the last drinks. A failure. You obviously need more incentive. The next night will be a poker tournament. Details to follow.
If you’re in Amsterdam on Thursday 9th November, come to the Melkweg. It’s the launch of my new album Long Live Love. All collective members are entitled to free guestlist, but it would be great if you could bring friends, loved ones, strangers from the street, as we had to hire the venue and want to at least break even. www.myspace.com/thejackstaffordfoundation If you want to be on the list please forward this email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name in the body.
Happy to welcome the following new freelancers this month.
Robert won his first award aged six, in a national Typhoo Tea painting competition. Following school Robert trained as a photographer, working first as an assistant and then freelance in many parts of Europe. In 1984 Robert joined Saatchi & Saatchi as a Junior Art Director. Further posts followed at Lintas, JWT, and Springer & Jacoby in Hamburg, before he returned to Saatchi’s in Germany as Creative Director in 1993. Robert’s love of photography soon turned into a fascination with film and commercial production: his creative work has won awards in Berlin, London, New York, and Cannes. From 1995 to 1999 Robert was Executive Creative Director of Scholz & Friends in Hamburg, and from1999 until 2006, he was Executive Creative Director of FCB Europe, where he played a key role in running the worldwide Samsung Electronics business from FCB Frankfurt. For the past two years he has lead the Beiersdorf account as Worldwide Creative Director for FCB.