Top tips from creative industry masters
We asked creative professionals one question, 'What is the one thing young people should know before getting a job in the creative industries?'
We've collected some of wisest words from creative industry professionals. So, whether you want to be a creative, planner/strategist, account manager - we've got it covered.
Vicki Maguire, Creative Director, Grey London
"Energy and ideas beat a degree."
"No one gives a shit about your degree. Energy and ideas trump a First every time."
Dave Buonaguidi, Founder, Karmarama & St. Lukes
"Don’t waste the opportunity."
"The only thing you should know is that as a creative you are fortunate that you can make a very nice living from something you love. Don’t waste the opportunity. Take is, stuff your fucking face and have as much fun as you can."
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