234 - Mad Men. Furious Women.

234 - Mad Men. Furious Women.

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In recent days, the conversation around ongoing sexism and harassment in the ad industry has once again been brought to the forefront thanks to Zoe Scaman’s revelatory piece, “Mad Men. Furious Women.” The essay recounts both her own horrific encounters over the course of her career in advertising and similar experiences shared anonymously by other women in the industry. The exposé has since been followed up by an unyielding declaration that promises a reckoning that will not only hold abusers accountable, but will also escalate harmful incidents beyond the confines of individual agencies. Zoe Scaman, founder of U.K.-based strategy firm Bodacious, joins us on this episode of “Yeah, That’s Probably an Ad” to discuss her powerful piece, the industry’s response to it and the building blocks necessary to chart a productive path forward.
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In recent days, the conversation around ongoing sexism and harassment in the ad industry has once again been brought to the forefront thanks to Zoe Scaman’s revelatory piece, “Mad Men. Furious Women.” The essay recounts both her own horrific encounters over the course of her career in advertising and similar experiences shared anonymously by other women in the industry. The exposé has since been followed up by an unyielding declaration that promises a reckoning that will not only hold abusers accountable, but will also escalate harmful incidents beyond the confines of individual agencies. Zoe Scaman, founder of U.K.-based strategy firm Bodacious, joins us on this episode of “Yeah, That’s Probably an Ad” to discuss her powerful piece, the industry’s response to it and the building blocks necessary to chart a productive path forward.
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