Marketers agree that internal teams, or organizations like We Are Rosie, can act quickly and be more agile — but nixing an agency has its downsides.
Stephanie Nadi Olson is the founder of We Are Rosie, an ever-expanding community of independent marketing experts, available on-demand to complement, backfill, or accelerate in-house team capabilities on both the brand and agency sides. Stephanie founded We are Rosie in Atlanta in 2018. She was named AdAge Visionary of the Year 2020. She was recognized by Adweek in the 2020 Creative 100. She was named World Changing Woman 2020 by Conscious Company. She was awarded Entrepreneur of the Year in 2019 by the Stevie Awards. And most recently, Adweek named her among the 35 Trailblazing Women redefining the future of media, marketing and tech.
Networking is out, connecting is in; industry trailblazers like We Are Rosie’s Stephanie Nadi Olson share how they form and nurture their working relationships.
Adweek’s Women Trailblazers: These Female Founders Leaned Into Their Public Personas to Generate Business Buzz
The women behind At Your Service, We Are Rosie and Golde share their success stories.
Adweek honors 35 women who are blazing new trails at a time when we need them more than ever, including We Are Rosie Founder, Stephanie Nadi Olson.
A survey of 423 marketers and agency employees by the freelance platform We Are Rosie, found that 63% plan to change jobs or careers this year, 40% demand flexible hours, and every respondent said they wouldn’t consider a job that doesn’t offer the option of remote work.
Microsoft Connected & Ready Podcast: Supporting inclusion through flexible work models, with Stephanie Nadi Olson
As head of the groundbreaking flex talent firm We Are Rosie, founder Stephanie Nadi Olson has a vision for the future of work: when companies connect with their employees’ passions as well as their experience, they can create a more inclusive, innovative, flexible, and liberated workforce. In this episode of Connected & Ready, host Gemma Milne talks with Stephanie about the central role remote work plays not only in her vision of the future, but her own company’s culture and how they serve their clients today.
We Are Rosie says bottom line: “The employee servant era is coming to an end.”
“We need more awareness…but brands are jumping on Juneteenth just because they see the opportunity,” Corean Canty, chief operating officer at We Are Rosie told us.
We Are Rosie’s Rosie Report survey found that more than two-thirds (68%) said they felt they were “doing their best work” while working from home during the pandemic.