Say hello to Georgia, a recent graduate and budding writer, who has spent a few days learning all about the creative goings-on here in our Bristol office. We caught up with Georgia before she left to find out all about her time in our studio.
How have you found your experience of working at ThirtyThree and what will you take away from it (besides highlighter pens)?
I’ve had a great time at ThirtyThree, getting to know more about the company and the great people who work here. Everyone is friendly, supportive and fun and good vibes fill the office. I’ve felt comfortable ever since I first entered the big red doors and am sad to leave!
What do you think are the main challenges for someone graduating and wanting to pursue a career in the creative/advertising industry?
As a graduate trying to get into a very competitive industry, I’ve found that lacking in hands-on experience is the main challenge, as you can be up against other applicants with vast practical experience. That’s why I am forever grateful to ThirtyThree for having me in and giving me the opportunity to get stuck in, expand my portfolio and get a real feel for agency life.
Now you’ve had a taste of it, what are your thoughts about the role of the Copywriter?
Although it doesn’t sound that exciting, I’ve really enjoyed the challenge of condensing corporate information into concise, friendly blogs for careers site. Adapting your style and tone to suit different audiences and platforms is something I’ve always enjoyed about writing. I’ve been able to oversee the creative side of things here too, which I’ve really enjoyed. It’s been great to see the different stages of creation, from initial briefs to the final product.
If you could sum up ThirtyThree in three words, what would they be?
Dynamic, collaborative and inspiring.
Please note: we didn’t pay Georgia to say any of that. Scout’s honour.