The last few months have been a blow to the creative industry. We’ve seen, heard and felt how hard it has been for many to lose their source of livelihood or have opportunities scaled back. We know that your work is much more than a job, it gives direction to your creative abilities and an outlet for your talents. During this time many of you have never stopped pushing your skills. The passion for productivity and the drive to be creative has turned many of you to courses and new pursuits, and many have spent some much needed time with family, home-schooling and getting through things together. But many of us still crave the sense of purpose of turning our creative skill into fulfilling impact.
From our conversations with clients, they too are getting ready to get going again, as they think about how to stay ahead as the economy renews itself. Companies have pared back their teams to survive and there will be a transition period of caution – but it will pass as the wheels of business begin to turn faster and faster. In fact, they are already speaking positively about the road ahead, and no doubt, they’ll need creative people to get them to where they want to be.
As our clients begin scanning for new opportunities, take the opportunity to reach out to us and send us your updated resume and portfolio. Bring us up to speed on your situation and your skills, and tell us how you’ve spent this time. Because when the economy gets back on track, our first priority is having you on track to pursuing your goals.