Do puns make you cringe? Are comma splices your mortal enemy? Can you look at a creative concept and instantly tell whether it's been done before, or if it's 'right' for a client? If you answered yes to these questions, you may fit right in as Impact Communications' new Copywriter.
Impact's new Creative Director, Eric Miller, has already stepped up our game with his bold thinking and big ideas - and now we can't wait to see what he brings back after a week spent with some of the world's top creatives at the ADIM13 design conference from April 7 - 10.
Miller was personally invited to attend the conference by Adobe's Senior Creative Director Russell Brown - a legend in his own right that's logged over 25 years with the company.
Impact welcomes two exceptional new talents to their growing team. Eric Miller joins Impact as the agency’s new Creative Director, while Kasey Chaulk will take on the role of Brand & Communications Strategist.
Want to know if you’re the right fit for this job? Let’s go back. Way back. When you were a kid, were you the one taking things apart, laying all the bits and pieces out, and examining each one to see how they worked individually as well as part of a machine? Do you find yourself doing the same thing in your adult life? Only instead of machines, it’s opinions, data, hard facts, emotional responses, industry, and market opportunity? Would you say you have an analytical mind, with a penchant for psychology and behavioural science?
If we just described you (and your mighty powerful brain), you might be the one we’re looking for.
Forgive us! We haven't been updating our news as of late because we're really just that busy. If you've been in our office you'll see some renos are taking place, and if you've had a conversation with any one of the Impact team you'll know about the lineup of new clients knocking on our door, and the mile-high stack of projects we've got on the go. In other words, we're busy, but are we really sorry?
Aside from the litany of new staff additions, we've had a few other fresh faces stalking our halls these last few Impact is thrilled to announce new partnerships with the CBDC, Gatemasters Inc., and Dr. Rob Rutledge.
The Impact office is starting to get packed to the gills with all our new hires - including Tiffany Weir, who joins us as our new Studio Manager today. Tiffany will be the friendly face that greets you when you walk in - if she's not busy running around and talking to our suppliers, staff, and partners that is.
The studio is-a-poppin' with energy thanks to new addition Gabrielle White, who joined our team as a Production Designer yesterday.
Gab - as she's known - comes to us with an array of experience doing freelance work and special projects for the likes of the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, The Discovery Centre, and Sweet Jane's.
Halifax Pop Explosion (HPX), now revving up for its 21st year, has formed a new partnership with local agency Impact, a marketing force to be reckoned with thanks to their own 17 years in the biz. The partnership has been formed to take the already internationally recognized music festival and conference to the next level, through strategic marketing activities led by Impact.
If you've noticed a lot of job postings on the Impact website as of late, it's because we're growing to meet client demands! With that in mind, expect to see lots of announcements welcoming our new team members over the next few weeks, starting with today's addition, designer Sarah Phelps.