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Cannes Mad Men Party

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14:45 PM | 29 January 2015
by Eszter Kazinczy
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Become an FR Writer

Miami Ad School Europe, graduate Eszter Kazinczy took the job hunt one step further to get the attention of creative directors.

Being an advertising-creative graduate is not the easiest. Sometimes you have to turn into a personal assistant or an event organiser to land an opportunity.

And because the job will entail selling stuff to people, it’s better to come up with a kick-ass idea to self-promote yourself to your future boss. If you can’t promote yourself, how would you promote products for clients? 

Last year was my third time I got a chance to take part in the Cannes Lions Festival during my four year career so far in the beautiful advertising industry.


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