Where do you draw the line?

At what point to you make the distinction between an individual doing work for a client, and an agency as it’s own entity doing work for a client?

Is it when the business becomes its own legal entity? If so, there’s a whole helluva lot more links that I need to add to the list.

Is it when the business becomes a brand, and that brand takes on a life of its own? If that’s the case, who gets to decide? Me? I think not. My opinions are just that. Opinions.

So, I throw the question out there to you, dear readers…where do you draw the line?

Keeping a low profile

It’s been a while since I’ve written anything about them, but Noot Group has been quietly humming along for a while now. They’ve added at least one new member to their staff (and probably more that I’m not aware of), and have updated some of the work on their website.

The latest updates to their portfolio include work that they’ve done for BOB, Meriwether Ranch and more.

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AIGA Idaho Event

This Friday, October 12th, the Idaho Chapter of the AIGA is featuring a night with Joe Bosack.

The Joe Bosack Graphic Design Company is a full-service design agency based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. They specialize in creating sports brand identities, and have done work for the NFL, Major League Baseball, and more.

The event starts at 6:30 at The Ha’ Penny, 855 Broad Street, Suite 250 Boise, ID 83702.

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New Agency Addition

As I’ve said in the past, if you bring something to my attention, odds are I’ll include it here. Case in point…

The White Space is a design shop based in Boise, with a satellite office in Bozeman, Montana. Their services include identity, collateral, print, web and media.

I’ve added them to the list of agencies in Idaho. Are there others that I should do the same with? Let me know.

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BAF Social Event

From the Boise Advertising Federation:

Get to know the Boise Advertising Federation
DATE: Thursday, October 11th
TIME: 5:30
LOCATION: Beside Bardenay

QUESTIONS? contact Carolyn Weske 472-7457 or carolyn@mmgboise.com

I’m glad to see the new leadership of the BAF stepping things up a bit, and making the organization a little more active. I hope it continues.

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