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- n. an agency that designs advertisement to call public attention to its clients
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To validate his point, he quoted a man named Norman Berry, an old-timey creative director for Ogilvy and Mather the New York advertising agency that would eventually handle Kodak, just like Draper’s fictional employer, Sterling Cooper.
When the advertising agency suggested the name Jaguar’ for the new SS sports car in 1936, Lyons accepted it only with great reluctance.
A Chicago advertising agency has been studying the housewife’s menstrual cycle and its psychological concomitants in order to find the appeals that will be more effective in selling her certain food products.
And Mercedes Erra, of the Parisian advertising agency BETC, characterized the campaign as a paradoxically liberating RELATE strategy: “We wanted to get away from the image of the woman who is in control of everything.”
In his earlier careers in New York City, he was a creative supervisor for the advertising agency Ogilvy & Mather, Inc., and later president of his own advertising and marketing company.
His advertising agency was coasting along, firm in its dealings with stable clients who trusted Guillermos work completely.