Anyone who knows Nebo, knows our culture is everyone’s #1 favorite thing about our company. Or maybe it’s just my favorite thing because I’m on the culture team and volunteer for every single event ever (think: Neboween, Pi Day, Chili Cookoffs, etc.), and I’m biased. Either way, our culture is important to us, and going remote way back in March 2020 (102398029384 days ago, not that I’m counting) seriously threw a wrench in our togetherness plans.
It’s been an eventful, stressful and divisive
couple of weeks year, and all we can say is - we really wish we could buy the world a Coke right now. But since we can’t do that, we’re doing the next best thing: rewatching all of our favorite feel-good ad campaigns and sharing them with you.
Here to restore your faith in humanity are twenty heartwarming ads featuring puppies and horses, unexpected organ donors and a Coke machine designed to spread joy. These ads are a reminder of the power of advertising to make us laugh, cry, and most importantly, to bring us together.
In the age of murder hornets, COVID-19 and nailbiting elections, it’s hard to resist the compulsive urge to refresh your newsfeed. If you, like so many, are stuck in a doomscrolling spiral, take heart. There is hope for you yet -- and that hope lies in babies, puppies and kittens.
The team at Nebo has scoured the internet in search of the cutest content on the planet. So take a break from your scrolling and feast your eyes upon playful piglets, crazy kittens, a wiener dog in a raincoat and more.
What’s more hair-raising than election season, murder hornets and accidentally un-muting your mic on Zoom? Halloween at Nebo, of course.
In times like these, the spooky celebrations must go on. Every year, we at Nebo take this haunted holiday way too seriously, and this year was no different. Our team kept the spirit of Neboween alive (or should we say undead?) with a virtual monster mash of pumpkin carving, scavenger hunting, creepy costumes and bloodcurdling good times.
Check out how we celebrated the scariest day of the scariest year ever.
This year, the world changed forever--including the world of advertising and marketing. Brands and agencies are being held responsible in ways we never have before. Consumers are demanding that we uphold the interests of the greater good. It started with COVID-19. Then, the killing of George Floyd and the Black Lives Movement raised awareness of how systemic racism impacts our world, and called for us all to play a role in society beyond commerce.
How have marketers and brands risen to the call? Execs and inclusion and diversity managers from Twitter, Starbucks, Facebook, Brookdale Senior Living, Nebo and Hawkeye Agency gathered this week to answer that question. In a webinar hosted by American Marketing Association Atlanta, Atlanta Interactive Marketing Association and Nebo, these experts discussed the ways in which brands are becoming a force for good, from reimagined hiring processes to tying corporate pay to diversity initiatives.