There has been an outbreak of ‘Infectious Job Envy’ or IJE across the country. The source of this epidemic has been located to Roche in Cornwall and could be related to bragging statements similar to the following:
“Working in a full service creative agency in Cornwall has to be one of the best jobs going. It’s a bold statement but here’s three reasons as to why it’s true…
I get to work with a team of incredibly talented individuals. This means that no matter what challenges I face in any given project, there will always be a producer in the team who can help me create something way beyond what I would have been able to achieve on my own. If I need some clean cut graphic work to place at the front end of a film, I can have a cuppa with Ali and get it done. If I am trying to get as many views on a YouTube video as possible and I want to check my SEO tactics then Yestin is my man and if I need a pep talk on a tough day, then Buster, the office dog, is never far away.
Two heads is better than one, three heads is better than two, four heads is better than…I think you can see where I’m going with this one. With a group of four talented film makers in-house all with their own unique understanding of film making, we are never short on ideas for engaging productions. Beyond that, it’s great to have the input of everyone in the team, as often a fresh perspective is what is needed to make story telling sing.
Idenna is full of individual characters. From the time traveller Natalie, who manages to get so many tasks done in a day that it puts Einstein’s theories of space and time into serious doubt, to Jo the mind reader, who will help you work out what your story is without you even realising it. Then there’s Sam (or Baron Von Efficiency as he’s affectionately know) who can see into the future and use this skill to plan out entire projects before they begin. Eagle-eyed Tegan ruthlessly spots grammar mistakes from a height of a few thousand feet (keep an eye out for her “When Grandma goes wrong” blog), and don’t forget Aunty Jane, who makes a mean brew and keeps the whole team running smoothly.
I love my job and could go on about it all day.” – Sam Fack, Film Producer, Idenna Creative Agency
Specialists have been working tirelessly around the clock to try find a cure for IJE. Tim and James Neale, directors at Idenna Creative Agency believe they have found the antidote and released the following statement.
“Working alongside a full service creative agency such as Idenna has been proven to seriously reduce the effects of Infectious Job Envy. Side effects include but are not limited to: successful social media campaigns, inspiring graphic design, wonderful websites, outstanding radio ads, cinema-worthy film projects and jaw dropping photography.”
If you are concerned that you may be suffering from IJE then Idenna are currently taking appointments, you can contact them by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org , by phoning 01726 250850 or they run a drop-in clinic from 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday.