Workshop, Tokyo. January 2020 Let’s talk about achievements Agricultural Mailing List and learnings. What do you take away from all these experiences on a personal or professional level? PR: On a professional level Fresh List we have to be satisfied with having created among all the ‘Erretresianos’, and project by project, a brand recognized for its quality and excellence. Proud to be one of the most desired places for a kid who has just finished his studies. An attractive but very demanding site balance that is committed to quality and at the same time works for large clients in different parts of the world. When I started with Erretres, I never thought that we Agricultural Mailing List would end up doing projects in countries as different as Japan, the US, the UK, China, Ecuador or Australia. Neither things so different, nor so complicated . or that the Big4 called us to collaborate with them on projects.
On a personal level, it is a very demanding Agricultural Mailing List profession, constantly evolving, but at the same time rewarding you in many ways. The key to everything is staying motivated after so many battles. A large part of Erretres’ success is that we have never stood still and have sought new horizons, for mere survival and growth, but also out of intellectual curiosity. Mango likes you, loyalty program Let’s talk about branding and design Has your way of looking at design changed over time? PR: Totally. On the one hand, from being a mere functional and aesthetic discipline, design has also come to be understood as a process. On the other Agricultural Mailing List hand, it is the main driving force for companies, and it is clear that companies such as Apple, Google or Airbnb (with a founder who has a background in design) owe a large part of their success to integrating design into their business strategy.
McKinsey & Co and EY have mounted verticals or specific Agricultural Mailing List units. IBM has set up the largest design studio in the world. Design is more present than ever, but the profession is in a delicate moment. Some large companies are taking on projects internally, but there is also a large volume of designers who each year leave the schools and easily set up a studio. And on the other hand, the commoditization of the design with template- type solutions that allow the client to easily get out Agricultural Mailing List of trouble. All this is hurting the sector, a very fragmented sector. I think that beyond the current purchase and acquisition movement, there should be a concentration in the sector. In the same way that lawyers come together, there should be a reflection in this regard.