— by Jean-Marc Demers, Braque, Montreal, Canada One of the most important reasons to affiliate your agency with an association of independent agencies like Taan Worldwide is the privilege of connecting with your peers. Being able to meet with fellow agency principals is invigorating and invaluable, and especially more so in a non-competitive environment such […]Read More.
— by John McCallum, Levy McCallum, Glasgow, Scotland As boardrooms go ours is actually quite small, it has an oval, glass table that can seat 6 comfortably, maybe 8 at a squeeze, that’s not a problem for us as our board only has three people on it. A three person board could be a problem […]Read More.
I often describe Taan as a group of independent communications agency management peers that enjoy a high-level of trust with each other. Our web site home page sums it up as “a global network of fiercely open, selfless agency collaborators.” Prospective members ask what that means. It’s a hard concept to explain when they have […]Read More.
— by Andrew Eklund, Founder & CEO — Ciceron I’m not one to read business books. In fact, I kind of loathe them. Perhaps that’s because I’ve spent my entire career in the digital marketing and advertising business, and there’s a whole cottage industry of business books on topics like “Social Media for Business” or “Digital […]Read More.
— Doug Austin, Austin Amplifies – Taan Affiliate, Taan Member – (2011 – 2016) I was seeking a global network for one very specific reason; I was never again going to lose a global opportunity because I did not have physical offices across the globe. I went looking for a global agency peer group and after interviewing […]Read More.