Most in-house creative groups are known for their “bread and butter” work—the products that make up the majority of their work that they’ve likely created for years. But in addition to those products, the creative team likely produces many other products of which only a small percentage of their client base is aware. I’ve heard many creative leaders say their teams sometimes act the part of a communications hub for their clients.
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