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November 2019 Newsletter
 
We’re still basking in the glow from the positive feedback for our October 2019 magazine, which featured a designing for good special report (below); the smart Health+Wellness Awards showcase (below); our inaugural CBD/cannabis graphics showcase (below); and a dramatic cover featuring Jessica Walsh. Thanks as always for your kind words and support. — Gordon Kaye, Editor
 
Turner Duckworth Honors The Happy Meal
 
Turner Duckworth Honors The Happy Meal
Turner Duckworth continues its partnership with McDonald’s for a new campaign, “40 Years of the Happy Meal”, that may remind you of your childhood…
 
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There is a ZOO near you
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Trollbäck Breaks Down FOX Logo
As part of its growth strategy and to kick off the 2019-20 television season, FOX Entertainment unveiled a brand evolution during the recent 71st Emmy Awards…
 
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Diwali Traditions Inspire Butterfly Cannon
 
Diwali Traditions Inspire Butterfly Cannon
Diwali is an Indian festival celebrated worldwide, and the Johnnie Walker team asked Butterfly Cannon to create a relevant and giftable Limited Edition…
 
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5 Tips for Negotiating Salary After a Job Offer

Take FiveAfter facing tons of questions during several rounds of interviews, you finally land a job offer from an amazing creative team. Here’s one last question: are you adequately prepared to negotiate salary? Creative professionals are in demand and have bargaining power. To avoid leaving money on the table, use these 5 tips to help you tactfully and confidently ask for the salary you want:

  1. Familiarize yourself with industry trends. What salaries do national and local job markets report for the position? One resource you can use is The Creative Group Salary Calculator to see adjusted figures for your geographic area.
  2. Pick the right time. Most employers expect to discuss a candidate’s desired salary in the second interview, at the earliest. But if the company doesn’t bring up pay when they make the offer, don’t hesitate to do so yourself.
  3. Give a specific salary. Know your baseline salary (the number under which you’d be willing to walk away from an offer) and be ready to state a specific number or narrow range to help you and the potential employer understand if you’re on the same page.
  4. Don’t overlook the benefits. Salary negotiations often include some give-and-take on employee benefits. Consider what perks and benefits are valuable to you and what could make an offer more attractive.
  5. Know when to wrap it up. If the company can’t meet your requirements after a few discussions, respectfully withdraw and focus on opportunities that better match your compensation expectations.

For more tips and best practices when negotiating salary, visit The Creative Group blog.

The Creative Group (TCG) specializes in connecting creative, digital, marketing, advertising and public relations talent with the best companies. More information can be found at roberthalf.com/creativegroup.

Do It On YUPO
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Spotify Ads Evoke Nostalgia For Classics
 
Pearlfisher Says Yes To NOgroni®
With non-alcoholic distilled spirits, Seedlip has created delicious cocktails. Earlier this year, sister brand Æcorn Aperitifs unveiled three varieties of non-alcoholic aperitifs…
 
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2019 Responsible Designers to Watch
 
2019 Responsible Designers to Watch
Sponsored by Domtar
Growing organically out of our longtime “green design” coverage, we have added an annual “Responsible Designers To Watch” to the editorial mix…
 
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Better with Less Design Challenge
2019 Health + Wellness Design Awards
 
2019 Health + Wellness Design Awards
Our 2019 Health + Wellness Design Awards™ showcase shows a big picture, having recorded nearly 2,400 entries — a record — and displaying 150 winning pieces…
 
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The Creative Group
VERSO
How Many Pantone Colors Are You Missing?
 
How Many Pantone Colors Are You Missing?
If you haven’t upgraded your Pantone Guides and Books for several years, your colors are no longer meeting full market demand nor are they reliably accurate. Pantone recommends replacing your guides every 12 months, depending on your usage case and storage habits…
 
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Cannabis Industry Graphics Awards
 
2019 Cannabis Industry Graphics Awards™
The CBD/Hemp/Cannabis industry is a vast and early opportunity to use design to help elevate, differentiate, inform, and create safe packaging and distribution…
 
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