Aug 12, 2016

Curiosity’s Summer Interns Get Creative on Instagram

The summer is wrapping up, and so is our intern program. For their last group project, we thought it would be fun to capture their perspective of the Curiosity experience! We were curious about what they’d do when they unleashed their creativity with no boundaries. We were the client and they were the team in... Read More

Aug 09, 2016

A Southern Girl Takes on Cincinnati

Cincinnati, Ohio. A lively city filled with adventure, tasty food, rich history and architecture: just the first few things you’ll notice when first exploring this Queen City. Eight weeks ago, I moved here from a small town in southwest Virginia to join Curiosity Advertising as a summer intern and to get a taste of the... Read More

Aug 05, 2016

Making the Most of the Social Summer Games

I’m a millennial, and my generation wants things now. We expect to have what we want, when we want it and where we want it. This fact influences how millennials consume and engage with content. Whether it’s cat videos, news articles or Pokemon Go, we expect to always have entertainment options available at our fingertips.... Read More

Aug 03, 2016

Feeling Overwhelmed? Take a Walk.

As the summer’s wrapping up like a Chipotle burrito, so are many summer long projects at Curiosity Advertising. From our traffic department to the production team, the agency is all hands on deck. It’s an exciting time, seeing everyone collaborate to deliver the best possible work for our clients. However, with the tight deadlines and... Read More

Jul 29, 2016

8 Things You Didn’t Know About Copywriter Katherine Monasterio

Tell us a memorable story of yourself when you were a kid. It can be funny, surprising, warm and fuzzy, whatever. Just make it a good one. When I was a kid, I cared about two things: reading all the books, and orchestrating elaborate playground adventures for my buds. My parents, desperate to get me... Read More

Jul 25, 2016

Elevator Chats: The Simple Way to Connect

BREAKING! Millennial looks up from phone, appreciates value of human interaction. Networking has been around since the beginning of time. Cavemen interacted with each other through intricately painted symbols and illustrations that archaeologists believe to have been one of the first forms of written communication. You could say it was their version of social media,... Read More

Jul 21, 2016

NewCo Cincinnati: Silicon Valley Meets Mad Men

Cincinnati is host to NewCo’s latest conference today. NewCo describes themselves as “a new kind of event experience: a mashup of an open studio tour and a business conference, with the vibe of a music festival.” As an attendee, you have access to sessions given by local innovative companies and organizations. You get to pick which... Read More

Jul 18, 2016

8 Resources for the Advertising-Obsessed

If you’re reading this, I can only assume that you’re the type of person who is more interested in the ads than the Super Bowl. This post is for you if watching the full ads on YouTube before your video is not satisfying your thirst to get more advertising in your life. Below is a... Read More

Jul 15, 2016

8 Things You Didn’t Know About Tom Studer

  1) Why did you pursue a fine arts major in undergrad? I was always drawing or making things as a kid, and with family, school and friend support, I thought nothing less than to pursue it.   2) What was your favorite medium to work in? Your least? Why? Painting possibly in watercolor or... Read More

Jul 14, 2016

Curiosity 100: Brand Sponsorship of Outdoor Events

We were curious, how do consumers feel about corporate sponsorship of outdoor events? And how does it change consumers’ perception of those sponsoring brands? We asked 100 people and found some curious results!... Read More

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