The JCW team explains why they decided it was time for a rebrand.
“Why I wanted to buy a video camera so badly at the age of 13? I don’t know.” said John Williams, the CEO of JCW. “It was a hidden passion stirring in my gut. I knew if I could get my hands on a camera, something special would come about.” The tug on John’s heart at a young age was the beginning of something bigger than he [...]
If one thing ever needed to be addressed, it's this: what people think creatives do verse what creatives actually do. In this episode, JCW reveals what really happens behind the green doors.
Celebrating National Rum & Joke Day with a Best Joke Contest and a bottle of rum for the winner, you'd think the day would be full of laughs and good times. Sadly, things take a turn for the worse — both jokes and rum included.
At JCW, we're cool enough to admit that we don't always get it right! Here's an episode featuring some of our funny bloopers over the last 10 weeks.
Stacey, the JCW business administrator, lives in Arizona. This means, no one — absolutely no one — is used to her being around the office. Her presence is adored, but at the same time, everyone is slightly awkward and low-key freaked out.
Dogs are humans. Well, at least they are at JCW. During a regular "Bring Your Dog to Work Day", everyone was enjoying the little visitors until Damian showed up with his pet rocks. And let's just say, things got weird.
The team's obsession with Game of Thrones has gotten out of hand. With the nearing season finale, no one is able to contain their emotions. To cope, they've decide to turn themselves into real life characters.
Looks like the professionals at JCW haven't been coming up with their groundbreaking ideas all on their own! Nope, the secret is out. All the winning concepts have been coming from one special young woman — Nola.
After Alexis and Nakia hilariously matched every employee with their alter-emoji in JCW's latest blog, they set out to see how their coworkers were handling it. (Missed the blog post? Read it here.)