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What's the difference between working for an agency and client?

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10:45 AM | 13 February 2015
by Adam Oldfield
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Wondered about whether to work for an agency or client? Lindsey George, Deputy Head of Account Management (Leo Burnett) discusses the key differences.

“I love the diversity of working for an agency.”

From Lindsey's experience having worked across many brands. The big difference comes in the ability to work across multiple sectors and clients. Compared to client side having to specialise in one area. So if you'd like to focus on one particular sector. Client side may be for you.

For more advice on advertising, including information on the various roles, useful links and an outline of how advertising agencies work, take a look at our guide to the advertising industry.

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