Watch: A-List leaders and Saturday Morning co-founders on the future of the industry
The Future of Creativity is a week of virtual events to explore the creative work, people and strategies shaping advertising and marketing. In a series of daily talks, we discuss how the industry is navigating the current crises—from the pandemic to systemic racism—taking a close look at key campaigns, diversity efforts, talent, craft and everyone's role in the business going forward.
To kick off the week, Creativity Editor Ann-Christine Diaz chats with the leaders of top Ad Age A-List agencies: Colleen DeCourcy of Wieden+Kennedy, the three-time Agency of the Year; Richard Brim of adam&eveDDB, the 2020 International Agency of the Year; and David Droga of Droga5, Ad Age's Agency of the Decade.
And Associate Creativity Editor I-Hsien Sherwood has a conversation with Keith Cartwright, Geoff Edwards, Jayanta Jenkins and Kwame Taylor-Hayford, the co-founders of SATURDAY MORNING, discussing how the collective formed to promote peace and societal change around racial injustice, views inequality and progress at the C-level.