Growth is good.

Molly Blackaby Harder

Yes indeed, growth is good. And for the folks at c308 Marketing, growth has taken shape as two new additions to their team — Molly Blackaby Harder and Joan Cleary

Molly Blackaby HarderMolly joins c308 as their new media director. She has over 20 years of experience working with local, regional and national clients and will build and manage broadcast, print, digital and outdoor campaigns for our clients.

Her contagious laugh and warm personality, combined with her ability to drive marketing strategy through expertly crafted and executed media plans make her an asset to both our client roster and the local advertising community.

Joan ClearyJoan joins c308 as a digital content producer and copywriter. She is a graduate of the University of Montana’s English program with an emphasis in creative writing and film studies. Joan spent the summer before graduation in Los Angeles as an intern for Recommended Media, assisting producers and office managers.

She is a talented writer who brings her wit and passion for smart creative to each video, web, and traditional advertising project she works on.

Congratulations to both.

 

There’s a Whole Lot of Moving Going On

Maybe it’s the time of year. Perhaps it’s the amount of vacant office space available. Or it could be something entirely different.  No matter how you look at it, there’s a whole lot of moving going on in the agency world lately.

For example:

Red Sky Public Relations: Red Sky recently (well, within the past six months or so) moved their office from the space on 9th Street to what used to be Balihoo’s space down in BoDo.

Mitchell + Palmer: The folks at Mitchell + Palmer have moved north just a bit, leaving their space on Hill Road for what we presume to be a larger location off of Bogus Basin Road, and judging by the number of new faces around their shop, the extra space was sorely needed.

c308 Marketing: c308 left the familiar halls of the Hoff Building and moved into a space at 14th & Idaho, across from the WaterCooler.

Stoltz Marketing Group: After more than a decade on Main Street, above two restaurants – first Zutto, now Flatbread Community Oven – Stoltz Marketing Group is moving to the Cornerstone Building at 9th and River. Not one to mess with a trend, they’ll still be above a restaurant. This time, however, it’ll be a few floors up from Cottonwood Grille.

DaviesMoore: The most recent shop (that we know of, at least) to throw their hat into the moving ring, DaviesMoore recently signed a lease for space in the 805 Idaho Building (also known as the Boise National Bank Building), according to the listings in the Idaho Business Review. If I had to venture a guess, I’d suspect they’ll be moving by the end of the summer.

Are there others that we’ve missed?

UPDATE:

Glaring oversight on my part — Noot Group recently moved as well – from their space on Broadway to a new location in Bown Crossing. (Thanks for the reminder James).

Job Opening at c308

c308 Marketing has an opening for a Developer / Programmer.  From the Craigslist job listing:

c308 Marketing, an online digital marketing firm is looking for a motivated, self-starter developer/programmer. This opportunity is for individuals looking to make an immediate impact with a growing agency services firm with a strong and diverse client roster.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Solutions planning and site architecture build-out
  • Database design and application development
  • Facilitate the implementation of interface design
  • Possible planning and development of Mobile applications as well as new media applications

Full details on the position, qualification requirements and how to apply can be found on the original job listing.