Meeting B-layers in their habitat – a fascinating experience

01 dec '15 - Gabriela Multescu - share: LinkedIN Mail
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New faces, young people, smart students, creative persons, curios and open minded characters were all present at last week’s event in our Romanian capital office.

The B-lay team gladly co-hosted the First Advertising Week, where more than 50 students took part in an amazingly interesting and festive event, as everyone agreed!

The B-lay experience was a fasinating one. The place provides an easy-going, yet professional atmosphere. It is an unconventional work space that worked perfectly with our needs and the topics of the conferences we organized here. Besides the interior design, the B-lay people are truly amazing and open-minded. It was a pleasure to share the space with them and everyone who came to the conference was extremely excited by the interior design of the place and the warm and cozy atmosphere. The B-lay office definitely made a lasting impression on the guests we had and we, as organizers, would like to thank the employees and managers for the opportunity to use their space and find a new concept of an office, said Andreea Popescu from the First Advertising Week organization.

Speakers at our B-lay premises were Elisabeta Moraru, industry manager at Google, and Cristian Ignat, PPC Marketing Manager @ 2Parale. Both of them were extremely pleased with the office design and the concept behind it “as it resembles the Google offices and provides employees with a new and fresh perspective through an inspirational working environment”.   B-lay proudly participated in the First Advertising Week event  on November 25 to facilitate young people’s road towards top marketing and creative industries.

Advertising Week is organized by Advice Students (NGO), offering students the necessary means and context to become the next professional generation in the creative industry.

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