The Importance of Networking

By Georgia Evans

When I started my position as Account Director for Inigo, I did not know what to expect. I was also happy in knowing that I would gain a wide variety of nifty skills that I would not have gotten otherwise. One of these skills included networking.

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Needing Cultural Diversity in the Media

By Kristin Micheletti

Growing up in a small, mountain town in California meant learning to appreciate the environment while having endless adventures at my fingertips. My world was diverse in nature, but limited in diversity of people. What I understood of the world and its many cultures came through my increasingly media-saturated life

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The Power of Positive First Impressions

By Jenny DeRango

The power of leaving a positive first impression is often overlooked. In the field of communication, a lasting impression just could be the reason you are offered an opportunity of a lifetime. Your first impression with an employer or colleague sets the bar for what he or she can expect from you in a work environment.

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Trust the Process

By Kate Papciak

As any other college student, naturally, my next step is to graduate with an impressive degree and enter the real world. But, it is troubling to know that some of my peers have already attained the level of success that I can only dream of.

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Lighting the Damp Match

By Josh Shaffer

All through my school years, I always wanted to be a teacher. I had so many awesome figures that I looked up to that knew how to inspire and motivate me to push the boundaries of what I thought I could achieve. So, I went into college as an education major.

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The Student Advantage

By Alexandra Runnion

Inigo is the only student-run communications agency in Chicago. It caters to clients across a host of industries and brings a fresh perspective to business problems. I joined this agency after my roommate, previous firm director Jamie Gentges, suggested it to me.

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See the Rainbow

By Jill Berndtson

Somewhere over the rainbow… color catches our eye. Whether you’re walking down a grocery aisle, scrolling online, or watching commercials during your favorite show, certain ads tend to stick out. You may not realize it, but most of your impulsive shopping decisions are based on the color of the packaging

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Know the Industry. Know Yourself.

By Mike Costanzo

The range of positions open to someone in the marketing/advertising industry offers two different types of work life. Whether you choose a job working in an agency or work in corporate America, each one has its distinct differences

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Inigo to Engineering?

By Jessica Criollo

Inigo has taught me a lot of things. It has taught me to become more open-minded, develop relationships, and create new material. But what it has taught me the most is to be brave. This summer I had the opportunity to take on an internship in a field I was not completely familiar with.

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Why Culture Is Important in Advertising

By Miguel Molina

One of the very first things a college student learns in their Intro to Marketing and/or Intro to Advertising course is simple, “Know thy customer”. Customers, after all, are the ones who will utilize the product or service you put into the market

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The Importance of Connection

By Emily Robertson

Think about your favorite people in your life. You might not remember every single thing they've said to you, but you most likely remember how they've made you feel throughout the years. They've cheered you on. Made you laugh. Made you excited. Made you feel good.

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Have YOU Talked About It?

By Gabrielle Zepeda

Let’s face it: we all have failed at one point or another in our careers. How did you handle it? Did you shy away from the failure and move on? Or did you talk it out with coworkers to learn from the mistake and grow?

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