Down and out…
Just a single bottle of Rosé between them.
That doesn’t sound right?
Anyway, that’s where Jess and Nat found themselves after leaving a start-up marketing agency a few years back.
But instead of sloping back to the world of 9-5, they picked up their bottle of ‘Street Rosé’ and founded their own agency instead.
Thus was born Mac & Moore.
Years later they’re doing wonderful things.
And they’re doing them in their own way.
It was an absolute pleasure to catch up with them for episode fourteen of The All Good Copy Podcast.
We talked about their influences, their strengths and weaknesses and what it’s like to face the many gender biases in the marketing industry.
I hope you enjoy listening as much as I enjoyed speaking to them.
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NOTES ON THE PODCAST
Jess MacIntyre and Natalie Moores are the founders of Mac & Moore, a creative marketing agency based in London, UK. You can find out more about the services they provide by visiting their website here.
Glenn Fisher is an author, speaker and copywriter. His first book, The Art of the Click is an Amazon bestseller and is published by Harriman House. It’s available now on Amazon here.
How to Write Better Copy by Steve Harrison is available on Amazon here.
You can find out more about Joanne Abeyie’s work by following her on Twitter here.
How the be a Woman by Caitlin Moran is available on Amazon here.
Creative Blindness by Dave Trott is available on Amazon here.
You can find out more about Diane Arbus here.
Portrait of the Artist as a Young Girl is available on Amazon here.
Strangeland by Tracey Emin is available on Amazon here.
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