Monthly Archives: August 2013

Aug28

Finding a Home in Healthcare: The Journey of an Ogilvy Associate

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In September of 2012, I began my journey through Ogilvy & Mather in the coveted position of Associate. I was one of 20 lucky recent college graduates who survived the demanding application process and would get to spend an entire year in Ogilvy & Mather’s renowned Associates Program.  In this year-long program, each Associate rotates […]

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Aug22

Help Give Digital Healthcare a Voice @ SXSW

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The South by Southwest (SXSW) Interactive festival held every March in Austin has earned itself the reputation as a breeding ground for new ideas and technologies.  It is the biggest festival of its kind in the world focusing on emerging technologies. In keeping with Ogilvy CommonHealth World Wide’s ongoing drive to focus on and advocate […]

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Aug7

Intro to Ogilvy: The Journey Comes to a Close

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 Why would you work for Ogilvy CommonHealth? The internship is coming to a close and in my final few weeks I’m beginning to sort through some things that I have enjoyed. There is getting to meet individuals from all different professional and personal backgrounds. The Starbucks coffee machine downstairs—and if it’s a really good day, […]

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Aug6

Instances of Passion at OCHWW (And Why They Are So Important)

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Passion. As a career-obsessed, 20-year-old Penn State student, I have a lot of it. However, it wasn’t until I was given the opportunity to intern here, at Ogilvy CommonHealth, that I truly understand the power of that passion and how it can significantly impact a company and all its products. I believe—and so should you—that […]

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