Key insights from in-depth research on what we know, what we don’t, and the questions we need to ask on gender equality in advertising. Recap by Melissa Beseda.
The 2016 3% Conference Emerging Creative track covered creative briefs, solutions, and presentation skills for (and from) tomorrow's creative leaders. Recap by Jessi Brown.
Key learnings from The 3% Conference's four tracks—Manbassadors, HR/Talent, Emerging Creatives, and Creative Directors—recapped by Christian Jaekle.
Frustrated by the incremental rate of change in the ad industry, Cindy Gallop wants to see ACTION. And she told 3% Conference-goers how.
In advertising, how often are we handed a brief with a problem and in our desire to get right to the answer, we forget to ask the right questions? Steve Almond and Kat Gordon discuss at the 2016 3% Conference how to protect your problem-solving powers and find solutions outside the office in strange and wonderful ways.
What are you gonna do about it? Marley Dias, founder of the #1000BlackGirlBooks movement, has a story so inspiring that Kat Gordon based the theme of the 2016 3% Conference on it.
Can eliminating things make your life feel more expansive? Kelly Fredrickson shared with the 2016 3% Conference how she took away all but the essential and become the poster child for less being more.
Nilofer Merchant, Fellow at The Martin Prosperity Institute and author of the upcoming book “Onlyness," shared with the 2016 3% Conference a new construct for how to triumph over the status quo.
Adam Grant, author of New York Times bestseller "Originals," shares compelling stories and research at The 3% Conference about how those who don’t fit the mold are often the ones to break it.
After being inspired by badass women for two days at The 3% Conference, Melissa Beseda realized that the real work begins back at our offices. But now, sentenced to a Trump presidency for the next four years, what do we do?