Blog Series: Tony Jiang
Over the coming weeks we will feature a series of blog posts from Tony as he hopes to land work as a planner. Tony recently graduated from The Richard Ivey School of Business in Canada and currently a strategy intern at Goodstuff Communications.
Tony Jiang is the Grand Prize winner at Campaign’s War of the Words competition.
Over the coming weeks we will feature a series of blog posts from Tony as he hopes to land work as a planner. Tony recently graduated from The Richard Ivey School of Business in Canada and currently a strategy intern at Goodstuff Communications. He writes & edits Risk magazine. You can follow his own blog at riskpeople.tumblr.com and on Twitter @riskhub.
Here are Tony's blog posts:
- Eat with Smaller Utensils, Eat Slower and Get Full Faster
- The Long Sell
- HTC should reposition its brand
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