MARKETING EXECUTIVE REVEALS HOW HE SELECTS FREELANCE TALENT FOR AGENCY
Do you have what it takes to get hired by an agency? Find out at the March
meeting of the
NJ Creatives Network.
If you are a creative freelancer, what does it take to impress hiring
managers at an advertising agency or marketing group? How can you
distinguish yourself from the crowd of creative talent knocking on agency
doors? And what does it take to land some plum assignments and establish a
rapport and ongoing relationship with agency executives? Mike Haviland,
co-founder of Sonnenberg Haviland & Partners, based in Ridgewood, NJ, will
offer answers to those questions and others regarding an agency’s hiring
process at the next NJ Creatives Network Meeting on Wednesday, March 9,
2005 at the Bergen Museum of Art and Science, located on the lower level
of the Bergen Mall.
Mike Haviland co-founded the marketing group, Sonnenberg, Haviland &
Partners in 1993 with his business partner, Frank Sonnenberg. A graduate
of Fairfield University, Haviland began his career with The Target Group
media service and received his account management training at Ted Bates’
subsidiary, Diener/Hauser/Bates, and at Griffin-Bacal.