DDB has celebrated Worldwide Ladies’s Day by recreating Phyllis Robinson’s 1959 speech to the American Affiliation of Promoting Businesses utilizing lead feminine expertise throughout the Omnicon company.
Robinson was the primary feminine copywriter and first chief copywriter at DDB, employed in 1949. She was additionally a basis worker on the New York company, working throughout many iconic advert campaigns.
These featured within the narration embody feminine leaders from Australia and New Zealand, in addition to New York, London, China and Mumbai.
“Phyllis broke each rule and opened doorways for a lot of ladies (and males) who adopted,” mentioned Priya Patel, managing director at DDB Sydney.
“She promoted an environment of artistic freedom, the place folks had the chance to take possibilities and make daring strikes, the place folks listened to the opinions of others even after they had been nothing like their very own, and each thought was welcome and thought of. Her legacy lives on in Australia and around the globe.”
— to mumbrella.com.au