Detroit-headquartered Organic, Inc., a digital communications agency, has opened its first new office in three years in Chicago in search of “fresh new pockets of talent” to support its long-time Chrysler client.
And yes, you’re invited to submit reels, but it must be flawlessly executed work that inspires people to react, participate, rewind and pass along, say its leaders.
Chuck Russo, EVP/chief client development officer, has the dual role of leading both the Chicago and Detroit offices. Organic also has offices in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Toronto.
The 14-year old purely digital agency is a stand-alone operation within Omnicom’s portfolio, which is why its staffers are located within the newly remodeled offices of BBDO Worldwide, an Omnicom agency, in the Wrigley Building.
Bank of America and Geek Squad (Best Buy) are two other prominent Organic clients.
“Organic is committed to attracting the best and brightest,” said Organic CEO, Detroit-based Mark Kingdon, “to help more effectively solve our clients’ marketing challenges and to help us better understand, engage, and persuade our clients’ customers.”
Kingdon paid tribute to Chicago’s “tremendous talent base, particularly in digital marketing.” But, he said, “There are very few strong and stable agencies left to provide this talent with a place to grow, thrive and collaborate with smart people on cutting-edge work.”