Tag Archives: 2012

JWT San Juan’s “The Race of a Country” gives new meaning to an Olympic hurdler’s race

Last year, Banco Popular's "The Most Popular Song" by JWT San Juan helped stimulate Puerto Rico's economy and challenge its reliance on welfare by rewriting the lyrics to one of the country's most well-known songs. In 2012, JWT San Juan and Banco Popular created "The Race of a Country" to keep the momentum going by inspiring Puerto Rico once again. With the help of Olympic hurdler Javier Culson, JWT San Juan invited Puerto Rico to metaphorically run with Culson to overcome the many hardships faced by the country. ...READ MORE

JWT in 2012

We can think of more than a few reasons to pop the champagne as we look back on the last year. From new clients and award-winning work to growing our JWT family, take a look at some of our proudest moments in 2012:



Happy Holidays from JWT!

Trends Roundup: JWT’s 10 Trends for 2013, hubbies doing housework and the anti-college movement

Each Friday we package up the top trends, reports, articles and news bursts from the week. Our trends this week include JWT Intelligence's 10 Trends for 2013, hubbies doing housework, and the anti-college movement. Read more at JWT Intelligence.

Trends Roundup: Chinese affluents, food trends and desk beds

Each Friday we package up the top trends, reports, articles and news bursts from the week. Our trends this week look at forecasts by the Boston Consulting Group that predict the number of Chinese affluents will double by 2020; new food trends in America geared toward "fast, fresh, flavorful"; and the bed becoming a second desk. Read more at JWT Intelligence.

The Veterans’ Day Parade: A Good Next Step

Sandwiched between the US Navy ROTC Marching Band and group of Native American Veterans; I marched alongside a group of fifty Services for the Underserved Veterans, Executives and JWT Employees to celebrate and honor the service of all US Veterans. The New York City Veteran's Day Parade may have been a short walk up 5th Avenue from Madison Square Park, but it’s been a long road getting here. ...READ MORE

Trends Roundup: The ‘superstorm’ era, paperless classrooms and bananas as the new potatoes

Each Friday we package up the top trends, reports, articles and news bursts from the week. Our trends this week includes expert warnings about an era of “superstorms,” the advent of paperless classrooms in the United Arab Emirates, and bananas as the new potatoes. Read more at JWT Intelligence.

Trends Roundup: The ‘Disruption Economy,’ the next tech revolution and adultifying Halloween

Each Friday we package up the top trends, reports, articles and news bursts from the week. Our trends this week look at how businesses like AirBnb, Coursera and Uber are driving the “Rise of the Disruption Economy,” wearable gadgets becoming the next tech revolution and the increasing "adultifying" of Halloween. Read more at JWT Intelligence.

Trends Roundup: The new Computational Class, sex tech and the next Bieber

Each Friday we package up the top trends, reports, articles and news bursts from the week. Our trends this week include the new “Computational Class” focused on profiting from the trading of data, how technology is changing the way we have sex, and the next Bieber. Read more at JWT Intelligence.

Trends Roundup: ‘Dirty weather,’ cell dropping Americans, and WSJ’s ‘Next Big Things’

Each Friday we package up the top trends, reports, articles and news bursts from the week. Our trends this week include "dirty weather" as coined by Al Gore, cutting back or dropping cell phones altogether, and the 'Next Big Things' from the Wall Street Journal. Read more at JWT Intelligence.