Anatomy of an Advertising Agency: Infographic

| January 18, 2017

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Anatomy of an Advertising Agency. The Anatomy of an Agency (Infographic). To all of you 'mad men' (and women) out there, here's a hilarious infographic made by Julia Morra and Trevor Gourley for Big, One of my favorite parts of this infographic is the Spirit Animal. could definitely see myself as a peacock! Also if you're a fan of AMC's Mad Men you can see. Take a look inside the modern marketing mind with this infographic. Companies that put data at the center of marketing/sales decisions.

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