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Reflections on a Summer Spent at W2O Group

Posted by Center for Social Commerce
August 11, 2017
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By Janine Bogris and Amanda Dominguez, Center for Social Commerce Ambassadors As we look ahead to our senior year and to continuing the legacy of the CSC, we think it’s important to take a moment to reflect on our summer experiences here at W2O Group. Our time in the New York office has been rooted in

How to Step Ahead in Agency Life

Posted by Janine Bogris
July 24, 2017

By Janine Bogris, Center for Social Commerce Ambassador Six weeks into my time interning at W2O Group, I have already touched projects for 10 different clients. In agency life, the ability to shift gears seamlessly is invaluable and a skill that I’m quickly adapting to. Switching from social to traditional media, healthcare to financial services,

Meet the Fall 2015 Social Commerce Days Crew

Posted by Center for Social Commerce
September 30, 2015

by Anna Hodge Before Social Commerce Days kick off, get acquainted with the members of W2O Group who will be visiting campus Oct. 6-8 to talk with students about the latest trends in the communications industry. Check out a full list of public events, including an executive panel discussion, professional networking and a workshop focused

Social Commerce Days — Classroom Visit Reflection

Posted by Center for Social Commerce
November 22, 2014

During this semester’s Social Commerce Days, members of W2O Group visited several Newhouse classes to give presentations on analytics, campaign planning, client work and life in the PR industry. My public relations research class had the pleasure of meeting Molly Rabinovitz, Group Director at W2O Group, and Adam Cohen, Managing Director of W2O Group. During

SCD’s Career Networking Event Eased Fears of “Real-World” Careers

Posted by Center for Social Commerce
November 21, 2014

Networking events can be intimidating, especially for a college sophomore talking to professionals in the industry with years of experience. As you introduce yourself, your mind is flooded with fears of sounding stupid, not being taken seriously or not being liked. However, I didn’t experience that flood of fear when I was able to speak