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After two years of working productively from home, being back in the office feels like it’s impacting our output but perhaps we need to reframe our thinking. Kimberley Leopoldo explains.
Hatched's Head of Digital, Data and Tech, Rebecca Den Braber asks if we are sustainably tapping into people’s attention by aligning with social media platforms or could we be putting our future marketing efforts at risk?
Hatched's Head of Planning, Andrew Pascoe shares his views on why marketer-led rules of engagement are the best way to produce effective working relationships between agencies.
Prior to Covid, more than half the people in our industry were facing mental health challenges, a figure which is sure to have increased in the past two years. Virginia Scully explains how we can all make a difference.
Covid has increased the hours worked and workloads. Without the relaxing summer we all expected, that’s a recipe for burnout – and many people are already heading hard down that path. Hatched's Sharni Ames says we need to tackle it head on, now, before it's too late.
AdNews launched the WFH Diaries, in the depths of the pandemic lockdowns, to chronicle the move to working from home. Now, with agencies returning to the office, we focus on the people who found new ways of working. Meet those who've switched their general physical work place, including the tree-changers and sea-changers.
Hear Hatched founder, Jack Byrne, chat with David Angell about starting a media agency with no media agency experience on the Managing Marketing podcast. Jack talks about starting Hatched, the value of being independent, his emphasis on people and plans for the future. Jack told us to listen as a way to get to sleep later, but we think its much more interesting!
Hatched's Mario Bergmann believes that compassion above all else is the key to effective leadership.
A great many “unknown unknowns” have marketers second-guessing their 2022 strategy but despite the uncertainty, Hatched’s Stephen Fisher and Adrian Roeling say now is the time to stay the course.
It’s great that organisations are making noise about embracing diversity and being more inclusive. But the danger is that that’s all it is: noise.
There’s been a flurry of activity in recent weeks as agencies redefine flexible working, leave entitlements and even attempt to lure home Aussies abroad. At Hatched, we’re taking a different approach.
Hatched client, Karl Winther tells us four things marketers must get about attention metrics
Can Australia's strong ad spend trajectory continue? Hatched’s Adrian Roeling talks to CMO about what is behind the strong ad-spend trajectory.
Hatched puts attentionTRACE at the heart of planning. “We see this as a seismic shift, because if you're planning around active or passive attention, you're fundamentally shifting key objectives.”